A master bathroom with a whirlpool tub, a rainfall showerhead, heated floors and his and her sinks is great for some, but oftentimes, space and budget concerns bring most of us back down to earth.
Don’t let your small bathroom limit your dreams or creativity. There have been plenty of homeowners and designers who have done amazing transformations with spaces most Americans would consider a small bathroom.
We have rounded up our favorite small bathroom designs, as well as the strategy and subtle cues that make you forget how small your bathroom really is.
When dealing with a small bathroom, it’s usually a smart call to go with brighter or softer colors, as Alyson Yu pointed out in 6 Design Ideas To Make The Most of Your Small Bathroom. Nonetheless, these homeowners went with a dark brown to match the color of the bedroom. For the bathroom, they added leaf pulls to the mirror, an oil-rubbed bronze faucet, granite counters and small oil paintings.
Despite its darker color, we like the color choice thanks to the sense of continuity with the rest of the bedroom.
Most small bathrooms are used as guest bathrooms in the hallway. Well, just because it’s not your primary bathroom, that doesn’t mean you can’t design it with the best.
This vintage small bathroom utilized bead board paneling, a light taupe color and something all small bathrooms need; a pedestal sink.
Pedestal sinks were designed and made for small bathrooms. Unlike a bathroom vanity, it doesn’t take up valuable space at your feet or in one end of the bathroom. You may lose some cabinet space, but you gain valuable square footage, both in looks and feel.
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