Use these small bathroom design ideas to create a stylish small bath with big impact.
Tones of white, off-white, and tan create a calming feel in this small bath. The Greek key tile pattern on the floor adds interest and removes the need for a colorful rug.
Help a powder room or petite bath feel larger with a wall-mount sink. Free up floor space and give the room a unique and unexpected look.
Don't be afraid to mix prints and textures in a small bath. Here, a textured rug and metallic stool add panache to the navy-and-white-print shower curtain.
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Even in the small space behind the mirror, 3-D tiles have big impact in this powder room. Use color to show off architectural details and to brighten the room.
In an all-white bathroom with 6-foot-tall wainscoting, a bold paint color adds just the right amount of personality. A patterned shower curtain and striped rug brighten up the rest of the neutral space.
Don't settle for basic towel hooks sold in the bath department -- go beyond the standard options with a more decorative shelf-and-hook combo. Display accessories and toiletries above and hang towels and robes below.
Add personality with an organic light fixture and quirky hand-towel holders. Small touches like these showcase your personality and won't go unnoticed.
The combination of the unique fixtures in this bathroom creates a space with high style. Use an old dresser or table with a vessel sink to create a one-of-a-kind vanity for your bath.
Whether you choose a daring paint color or pink damask wallpaper, such as in this bathroom, offset the color with neutrals. A classic white sink, toilet, and light fixture will balance the space, while touches of black ground the feminine color.
If you prefer a light and bright bathroom, add interest to the room with texture. The seashell-encrusted mirror and tile wall add enough texture to keep the space from feeling too stark.