The single vanity in this small bathroom adds plenty of storage, while its simplicity does not take away whimsy from the room, instead, it adds a touch of understated elegance without overwhelming the space.
Graphic blue-and-white floor tiles wow in this small bathroom design. The tiling continues up the bathtub wall, seamlessly connecting the two together. A gray-and-white shower curtain with a tree pattern and a small, floating vanity with a mirrored medicine cabinet finish the contemporary look.
A clawfoot tub painted with gold leaf paint is the focal point of this small bathroom designed by HGTV's Property Brothers. The chandelier is also gold-leaf, as is the mirror frame. Pink-and-silver wallpaper give the room a modern, eclectic twist.
In this hotel-inspired small bathroom, designer Luca Paganico created a striking focal point with a recycled glass tile backsplash. The mix of tiles pulls the room together, bringing out the colors of the walls and stone countertop.
For this small bathroom, designer Kriste Michelini created a luxurious hotel feeling by keeping the floor and wall tiles the same. The entire space is wrapped in a black tile that's offset with a wall-mounted vanity.
A small bathroom is a great place to go bold. The painted door and moldings accent the color palette and lend a rich, high-end designer vibe. The high-gloss finish on the vanity adds shine and durability to the piece, while the open shelving underneath gives the illusion of more space.
Paint the ceiling for a cohesive designer look. For this small bathroom, Atlanta designer Michele Gratch used Benjamin Moore’s Habanero Pepper, which matches the reddish tones in the chinoiserie wallpaper. Also, she had the seagrass rug custom cut, which is not a budget buster, and added a border with a yard of fabric that coordinated with the wallpaper.
Make your storage do double duty as decor. While the vanity cabinet in this 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Competition winning powder room is custom made, a standard vanity without doors on either side can add decorative storage to any small bathroom, says designer Stephanie A. Bruntz of Studio B Design. Bruntz says the diagonal slats in her custom cabinet are one of the more expensive elements, so adding a horizontal shelf or no shelf at all would be much cheaper. She adds that a stylish pendant can also create a designer look without breaking the bank. You can buy frosted mini glass pendants at Home Depot for under $20, while regular sizes range from $80-$100.
This double, two-sided mirrored medicine cabinet is sleek and durable--perfect for a busy family on the go! It complements the simple design of this small bathroom that keeps clutter to a minimum. A small wood vanity contains ample storage space to store products and other bath paraphernalia.