With a pedestal sink, cabinet for linens and a stall shower all in the same spot, this bathroom really maximizes its small footprint. Patterned tile adds some interest to the floors, while still complementing -- rather than competing with -- the white subway tile backsplash.
In this small bathroom, neutral walls and light wood pieces -- like the mirror and vanity -- set a calming tone that guests are sure to enjoy. Meanwhile, to the right of the vessel sink, a collection of framed fishing tackles bring some country charm to the setting.
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.
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.