"I had a lot of natural light in the powder room so I didn't hesitate in choosing black as the main color," says designer Melissa Miranda.
Design by Jennifer Jones Small bathrooms can be a design and decorating challenge, but with the right combination of fixtures, surfaces, colors, decor and lighting, it's possible to create the illusion of a much larger space.
In recent years, bathrooms have begun to expand significantly in size — master bathrooms in newer homes can be positively palatial affairs, for example.
Design by Jennifer Jones An advantage of small bathrooms? "Since the space is usually so small, you can get away with using higher priced materials as you need so little of them," says interior designer Melissa Miranda.
Designer Shelly Reihl David paired a hand-carved marble sink with a modern metallic damask wall covering, gold gilded mirror and amber crystal wall sconces to create this impactful space.
Relocating the toilet to the rear wall and adding a wall-mounted sink maximizes the space.
The glass mosaic tile feature wall adds movement and draws attention to the high ceilings and skylight.
As this 6-foot-by-7-foot Atlanta bathroom demonstrates, sometimes bold color is all you need to make a big statement.
Although this space receives no natural light, the bold kelly green walls give it fresh personality.
In this small bathroom designed by Jordan Iverson, a floating vanity takes up less visual space without compromising style.