The owners wanted their bathtub to be the first thing you saw as you entered the room, but the space still had to function. So I pulled the tub forward, making room for a bench in the shower behind it.
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.
A small, multifaceted crystal pendant light casts fascinating shadows on the walls and ceiling of this teal-and-gold powder room, which also features a beveled octagonal mirror and a white vintage-looking pedestal sink with gold-tone fixtures.
A small space, like this powder room, can be a fun place to try out bold colors or patterns. Here, green leafy wallpaper gives the space jungle fever and is imaginatively contrasted by the reds and yellows of the rug.
A claw-foot tub painted a deep terra cotta is the focal point in this mint green bathroom. White beadboard frames the tub, while colorful art and printed towels add pattern to the space. A handheld shower head allows for a deep clean while using the tub.
This bathroom was given a timeless update with classic black-and-white marble tile, dual pedestal sinks and neutral tile flooring. Valspar Jekyll Grand Dining Sea Mist paint freshens up the space and contributes to the room's tranquil, spa-like feel.