Powder Room Pizazz
A small bath is a great place to experimentwith bold colors, but be careful to find the right balance by not overdoing itwith too many accessories.
Free Up Floor Space
Choose a pedestal sink to add more floorspace. These sinks are perfect for small half baths and powder rooms where adesire for space prevails over storage requirements.
Climb the Walls
The key to getting the most out of yoursmall bath is to embrace vertical space. Adding open shelving is a great way toimprove storage, and a few baskets or decorative boxes are great for storingextra necessities.
Are you missing a medicine cabinet andneeding a place to store all of your bathroom amenities? Consider adding acabinet above the toilet or on any free wall for the perfect accessory tocontain and conceal.
If you find that your powder room is simplytoo small to work with, consider utilizing the area directly outside the door.Add a bookshelf or armoire to store towels, extra toothpaste and whatever elseyou may find that you need.
For a small bath, this room has plenty ofstorage and exceptional lighting. Built-in shelves make a huge difference, asthey are both practical and aesthetically pleasing. Basin legs keep the roomfrom looking too busy, while the natural light and white walls brighten theentire space.
One of the most overlooked areas of thebathroom is understandably below the counter. But what’s stopping you fromadding an extra shelf or two to store makeup, hair products or extra toilettissue?
Suit Your Storage Needs
When choosing what type of cabinetry willwork in your half bath, consider everything you will need to contain. Washcloths, hand towels and extra guest supplies all find a home in thishardworking cupboard.
Do you love knickknacks? Although they arefun and add personality to any space, too many baubles can overpower a smallroom. Corral your favorite accessories with a vanity tray for a sweet displaythat is under control.
Trick of the Eye
In this bathroom, the subway tile wasinstalled vertically rather than horizontally. This small change draws the eyeupward, making the ceiling appear higher.
Glass shelves, a wall-mounted faucet andclean lines all come together in this small bath for a sleek look, maximizingstorage while also minimizing unnecessary design distractions.
One great aspect of small bathrooms is thefact that a smaller room requires fewer furnishings. For this reason, halfbaths and powder rooms are the perfect places to splurge on high-end pieces,like the copper vessel sink featured here.
Pocket doors and barn doors are greatoptions for small bathrooms, particularly those that open into a hallway orother narrow space. Paint the room a bright color for a fun, surprising look.
Mirrors are always a great way to add depthto a room, but a mirrored wall can actually double visual space.
Basin and pedestal sinks are great optionsfor visually expanding your space, but a traditional sink with included storageis often essential. Keep a light-colored counter clutter free in order to keepa larger cabinet from overwhelming the small space.
To get a look that feels both light anddelicate, try a floating basin and vanity. Extra space underneath is ideal fora vanity stool or extra storage baskets.
The easiest way to make a small bathroom feeleven smaller is by filling it with regular-sized appliances. Opt for smallerappliances for a room that feels just right