Photo By: Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc., a member of Luxury Portfolio International
Photo By: Guimar Urbina Interiors
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.
The pedestal sink and medicine cabinet are both original to this charming bathroom. The flooring was refinished in a dark walnut color. A new polished chrome faucet is paired with oil-rubbed bronze reproduction sconces.
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.
Contemporary Powder Room with Mosaic Tile Focal Point
A playful, curvy mosaic tile design adds both texture and graphic interest to this contemporary powder room. The luxury Miami Beach estate, known as Terra Veritatis, features close attention to detail throughout.
Black, white and gray make a handsome color palette for this small bathroom. At the end of the room, a walk-in shower feels more luxurious than a tub, especially with its chic, graphic shower curtain. Gray tiles give depth and visual interest to the floor.
Simple Vanity in Small Bathroom Adds Elegance without Overwhelming the Design
The single vanity in this small bathroom adds plenty of storage, while its simplicity does not take away whimsy from the room, instead, it adds a touch of understated elegance without overwhelming the space.
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.
This small, guest bathroom with access to the back patio serves as a sort of mudroom and cleaning station for the family's guests. The wood-look tile on the walls of the space give a nod to the patio just on the other side of this door, while the gray tile in the shower pan and the marble floors reflect the natural light let in by the door and make the space feel lighter and more open.