Eclectic Simplicity - With a do-it-yourself mind-set, the owners of this small master bathroom created a personal sanctuary on a budget. This Asian butcher table, found at an antiques shop, was repurposed for the vanity. The table maintains its authenticity with a simple above-counter sink. A new mirror adds a modern touch, while a pebble-tile "rug" on the floor adds texture and a spa-like accent. On A Budget, Decor Ideas, Floors, Bathroom Vanities, Small Bathrooms, Bathroom Remodeling, Bathroom Sinks, Bathroom Ideas, Antiques Shops
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Small Bathroom Showers - All About Eaves For an attic or upper-level bathroom, investigate under the eaves to see if there's enough height to tuck in a shower. Position the showerhead at the highest point inside the shower. And, use the low-ceiling portion of the shower for a built-in bench if there's enough floor space remaining.
Soothing Surfaces A consistent, serene palette of natural materials is essential to the luxurious look of this small, 9x9-foot master bath. Soft yellow limestone shower walls and vanity counter complement the wall paint, and subway tile along the walls envelope the space in serenity. Underfoot, a pebbled tile floor blends with the scheme but is distinguished by its unusual texture
Small bathroom. Backsplash and wide vanity that fills the whole space. Two lamps are nice, too. Open space on bottom of vanity with baskets makes it look like there's more room.