On the other side of this bathroom, guests will find a gorgeous, glass-enclosed shower. As if the feature didn't look luxe enough, it also comes with a special rain shower head and an eye-catching tile backsplash.
A minimalist vanity with an undermount sink lends sleek, streamlined style to this transitional-style bathroom. The stacked stone tiles lining the wall add depth to the space, while staggered hanging pendants and a tall, narrow mirror create a brightening, opening effect.
Down the hall, a door opens into a cool, two-toned bathroom. A long wood vanity keeps extra towels and toiletries on hand for guests, while a shower with built-in shelves only increases the space's functionality.
Tile that's designed to look like weathered wood carves out the shower in this soothing guest bathroom. The wood-look tile pairs with a white shower curtain and nautical rope to create a coastal feel that coordinates with the home's overall design scheme.
Keep it simple. By using a modest color palette with just a pop of color from the red chair, this bathroom demonstrates simple elegance in a small area. If possible, avoid buying window treatments to create an illusion of more space. “A minimalist look eases the budget,” says Stephanie Andrews of Atlanta-based Balance Design.
This tiny bathroom feels significantly larger thanks to the expanded viewpoint offered up by the wall-to-wall mirror. Mirroring an entire wall will amplify any space—hang one on a wall adjacent to a window and the reflection will open things up even more.
A custom-built floating vanity with a vessel sink provides a clean look in this small, neutral contemporary bathroom. The pocket door helps to save space, keeping the entry open while freeing up floor space.
The homeowners didn't want to compromise on luxury when building their tiny home, so designers included a full sized shower, vanity and mirror in the bathroom space. Detailed tile and marble help to give the small space a more sophisticated look, while transom windows and additional, artificial lights keep the space feeling bright and open.
Designers wanted to bring the outdoors in, so they covered the home's half bathroom with wallpaper that would simulate forest trees. Then, they added a rich, wood vanity and shelf made from local trees and a funky vessel sink. Finally, the design was finished off with a chandelier to give the room an elegant touch.
Designer Rebecca Pogonitz gave this small bathroom a luxurious facelift with a few cosmetic changes and a space-saving fixture. The floating vanity frees up visual space, while a pretty capiz pendant brings out the cream and bronze tones in the new backsplash.
Patterned wallpaper adds a playful element to this traditional bathroom. Appropriately-sized furnishings, like the wall sconce and pedestal sink, make the most of the available space in this small bath.
In this calming bathroom, a neutral color palette is accentuated with dark wood accents. A floating countertop saves space, making room for the toilet below, while still making room for a vessel sink and vase of flowers.
This simple guest bathroom features a walk-in shower and dark brown vanity. To give the space a custom look, bands of green glass tiles are used in the shower and a creamy onyx countertop sits on the vanity.