Love the wall color! Small yet bright bathroom. The white subway tile and timeless black granite countertop allow for endless color accents...Check out BHG for more ideas! *My main bath has similar flooring and I want to re-pain the walls a darker gray like this
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I'm always amazed at bathrooms in really nice hotels; they're pretty, spotless, have all the necessary "parts", have a small footprint, yet give the illusion of more space. This would be a great guest bath in my "small-big house". A few more pins will show the rest of this bath space.
Squeeze more function into small spaces with strategically selected pieces of furniture. A tall table designed for an entry hall or foyer supplies a slice of sophisticated storage in this cozy bath. The table's height and long legs play up the room's vertical dimension.
Treat Windows Simply No matter their size or style, windows enlarge the feel of a room if they're allowed to transmit light. If possible, leave windows unadorned with clear or frosted glass. Mini blinds, matchstick blinds, or shades that can be drawn to the top of the window are other sleek solutions. Or cover the lower half of the glass with sheer fabric that will admit light but maintain pivacy.
Antique Style On a Pedestal To make the bath look larger, the vanity was removed and replaced with a slim pedestal sink. Beaded-board panels and a beveled-edge mirror showcase the soft, vintage style of this bath.