Natural light streams into this small bathroom via a high window helping to visually expand the space along with a large vanity mirror. The crisp white vanity is capped in quartz and offers plenty of hidden storage.
Art from AmericasMart adds the final flair to this cozy bathroom, matching the turquoise and blue from the bright master bedroom, also designed by Steve McKenzie as part of a Dwell with Dignity home design.
In working with this small bathroom, the owners decided to keep the existing sink—which adds a vintage touch—as well as the mirror found at a flea market. A touch of color was added with the blue tile flooring.
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.
A cramped bathroom with lots of character, designer Clifford Scholz was able to create a sophisticated, coastal look with what little space he had. A shimmering chandelier and a stunning mural add decoration without taking up space.
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
Open concept is the name of the design game in this house, and the bathroom is no exception. To keep the small bathroom from feeling closed up, the walls and ceilings have been painted white to reflect the natural light that rushes in from the bathroom's one window. The light in the space makes the room feel larger, while the mirror over the sink helps to reflect light and makes the space feel even larger. Finally, the glass shower in the space continues to create the illusion of extra space by not closing off the room.
As seen on Rocky Mountain Reno, the small, cramped bathroom has been converted into a luxury spa bathroom for the family. The white subway tile behind the toilet and sink give the room a bright look, while the grey tile in the shower area breaks up the monotony, adding warmth and separating the glass shower area from the rest of the space.