Just because your bathroom lacks square footage doesn’t mean it’s destined to remain a strictly practical room. With the right design tricks, it’s easy to bridge the gap between form and function—regardless of its size. In fact, a powder room or guest bathroom can be a convenient way to experiment with a new trend, color or pattern without redesigning the rest of your space.
Want to beautify your bathroom? Read on to discover standout ways to make the most of small bathroom decors. From statement sinks, to wonderful wallpaper, to creative tiles, these rooms prove big design moments can come in small packages.
In this Newport Beach home, designer Shannon McLaren Wilkins redefines the California cool aesthetic with modern pops of color and a Mediterranean flair. The guest bedroom, which took 15 iterations to perfect, features a wall of glossy green tiles and artwork by Anna Ullman to bring the home’s beach surroundings inside.
ECLECTIC BATHROOM DESIGN WITH KOI TALL STORAGE:
Koi Tall Storage is another product of Maison Valentina‘s amazing Koi family. Finished with Walnut Root inside and out and Aged Brass Carps this product is perfect to display your finest accessories. Discreet yet exquisite, this tall storage provides you convenient storage space with its glass shelves and LED lighting once opening it!
POP OF FLORAL:
Floral wallpaper pairs well with an oval mirror—and steals the show—in a cozy Brooklyn bathroom design scheme by Bella Mancini.
BLACK AND GOLD BATHROOM SET WITH RING RECTANGULAR MIRROR AND LOTUS VESSEL SINK:
This Connecticut weekend house with midcentury design boasts a quaint master bath with big style: The tub is by Sunrise Specialty and has fittings by Sigma, the armchair is antique, the ebonized Louis XVI commode is from Duane and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Gray Owl.
WHITE AND GREY THEMED BATHROOM:
Magma Mirror’s subtle lines are the result of a precise handcrafted process. The shape of the mirror emulate suspended crystals and fragments of unmelted rocks transported in the magma; that crystallized during movement. What do you think of this fabulous, unique piece?
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