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There are countless ways that one can decorate their small bathrooms. One can opt for a more minimalist design approach or even go a little bit bolder by adding luxurious accents and details. Now, Luxury Bathrooms will show you a series of design ideas on how you make a statement in your bathroom in a two-part article, so take a look at the first nine bathroom ideas.
Whether on the walls, vanities or flooring, marble can be used in multiple ways. When it comes to small bathrooms, this timeless material does wonders as it gives depth to the space.
This small bathroom was designed by Miles Redd. In order to give more energy to the room, the designer chose to use bold black and a white botanical-patter wallpaper by Marthe Armitage.
This mid-century modern bathroom features a deep-colored tile floor and crisp white walls and a lengthy mirror which all together add depth and lightness to this set.
While you can introduce sophisticated details and accents, in a small bathroom, sometimes is better to keep things simple. For example, this set highlights clean lines, a minimalist decor, a neutral palette and recessed lighting.
Exuding a pastoral touch, the walls in this exquisite bathroom is made of lacquered oak veneer.
This Parisian-styled bathroom features a marvelous inlaid marble floor in black and white tones. In addition, a 19th-century chandelier and a bathtub by L’Epi d’Or add an elegant aura to this space.
Designed by Katie Ridder, this unique bathroom features an extravagant floral wallpaper.
This exceptionally designed bathroom is small in size but big when it comes to ornamental details, from a 1940s mirror, a 70s chandelier tub and fittings by Villeroy & Boch, among many others.
It is important that in a small bathroom, there is at least one piece that completely stands out. In this case, it is a stunning 19th-century washbasin. This French bathroom set was designed by designed by Michael Coorengel and Jean-Pierre Calvagrac.
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Source: Elle Decor