The patterned tile wall in this powder room is a bit different, and the homeowners wanted a unique focal wall to give the space more drama. In this small space, tile goes a long way. If you have perfectly intact flooring, consider adding a tiled element to the walls.
Incorporating other textures into your bathroom design will add interest, contrast and allow metallic accents to shine. This bathroom balances the sleek industrial look of polished silver and oil bronze with warm timber floors, exposed brick walls, glass and a beautiful light fixture.
Contemporary White and Gray Bathroom with Oval Freestanding Tub and Ghost Chair
If you have extra space in your bathroom, bring in a stylish chair, like this ghost chair in lightweight acrylic. It can serve as a seat and even towel storage. Just make it look deliberate, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta.
This small bathroom's white vanity with lantern doors is the room's focal point, answering the homeowner's request for Moroccan flair. The skylight and white marble backsplash help the space feel more light and open.
Chic White Bathroom with Red Chair and Sleek Cabinets
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.
Contemporary White and Blue Bathroom with White Marble Shelves and Baskets
Remove the shades from sconces in order to streamline the style and the space, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta. Then, instead of a cabinet, use fancy open shelves with baskets to hold toiletries and corral clutter.
Modern White Bathroom with Mirrors and Open Shelving
Expand your mirrors. In this bathroom, Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta surrounded an existing recessed medicine cabinet with sheet mirror on the top and both sides, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design. This glamorous extra is easier and more affordable than it looks and makes the room appear much larger.
The clean, neutral color palette in the small guest bathroom reflects the natural light from the large window to the rear of the space. This gives the illusion of a larger room. To finish off the space, designers added a gray mirror for a bit of subtle contrast and black sconces add a touch of industrial flair.