With floor-to-ceiling frosted glass as its walls, filtered light streams in through a tiny window in this small bathroom, yet keeps the interiors of the bathroom privatized from the loft's other rooms.
Mix paint and tile. Take time to consider your paint choice and try it out on a sample board before putting it on all of the walls. This is a simple way to save time and money when redecorating a bathroom. “Make sure you like the color throughout the day,” says California designer Cindy Garten of Unique Techniques. “It will help you decide what color is best because of the different light throughout the day. Try it with the window open and closed. You may not like it. It ends up saving a lot of work and money, because all you end up doing is getting another sample board.” This bathroom was a 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Competition winner.
Peek in the mirror of this small bathroom and get a glimpse of the abstract shower tile in grays, blues and white. They served as the jumping off point for the room's tone and palette. Tile: Floor and Decor Tenafly, NJ; Mirror: Uttermost; Sconce lighting: Jonathan Adler; Accessories: Pigeon and Poodle
This turquoise mirror frame is a cheery thing to see first thing in the morning, waking up the bathroom's neutral palette. Navy blue accessories and cabinet pulls are a fun pairing with the bright color.
Budget Bathroom with Mirrored Elements, Lamp and Flowers
A lamp is an offbeat and unexpected feature in a bathroom, but it can really change the feel of the space. A warm light and a pretty decoration to your counter can add pizazz without any expensive structural changes. Add a mirrored tray to spread that warm light even farther. This bathroom was redecorated by designers volunteering for Dwell with Dignity, a non-profit organization.
The all-white small space bathroom features full length tile walls and flooring. The contemporary freestanding vanity showcases the stainless steel bowl sink. Designer tricks like open shelving, vertical tile work and a long rectangular mirror visually expand the space.
Designers chose to go white with this small bathroom to make up for its tiny size and limited natural light. A period sink and tub added architectural details and penny and subway tiles gave a simple and timeless feel.
The unusual floor tile that mimics lattice work served as the inspiration for this bathroom. Baskets tidily corral accessories and linens in the open vanity. Tile and vanity: Floor and Decor Tenafly, NJ; Wall covering: Elitis; Sconce lighting: Robert Abbey