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Antique Style Charming Details This spare but classic bath gets its appeal from vintage-inspired details. Everything except for the bath and toilet were overhauled to create a modern interpretation of a classic setting; the pedestal sink, beveled-edge mirror, subway bath tile, and tan tile installations lend themselves to the homeowner's affinity for antique accents.
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.
Small-Bath Solution - Diane - I think this tile looks busy, but I really like the look of the whole tiled walls - which you could do with your big tile.
Show a Little Leg - Cabinet doors can visually weigh down a petite bath. Keep things light and airy with a furniture-style vanity. With this unit, baskets hold supplies on the bottom shelf, ensuring the undersink area provides plentiful storage. Small drawers on both sides of the sink house small toiletries and cosmetics
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
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.