Small Bathroom/Big Design

See how Kenneth Brown transforms this tiny bathroom into a beautiful calming space with elements that enhance and make the bathroom seem larger.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionA new color palette and a light reflecting vanity opens up the space and creates a calming open environment.
Instead of Kenneth's proposed honey and green color palette, the couple decides to go with a cool light blue and gray combination. A mirrored vanity is the perfect light-reflecting piece in the tight space. The black countertop adds a touch of drama and helps ground the airy color palette.

Makeover Information
shower curtain fabric (1-7335-183) - Jeffrey Stevens
(Montgomery Sconce) - Pottery Barn
wall mirror
(40x30 wall mirror in stainless steel, 913097) - Room & Board
wall paint
(SW 6218 Tradewind) - Sherwin Williams
(Desert Limestone) - Ultra Marble and Granite, Inc.
bathroom fixtures
(tub: Kohler 5’ Tea for Two Whirlpool Tub; faucet: Kohler Memoirs bath / shower faucet; Kohler sink; Kohler accessories) - Ferguson Enterprises, Inc.
custom shower curtain - Designs by Bonnie Price
fountain - Glass Garage
(Opus Anticato Light Travertine Old World Field; Tiberon Field Tile Vintage Blue Crackle; Tiberon Quarter Round Trim Vintage Blue Crackle; Kasare Euphrates Border) - Walker Zanger
(AS2390-13 Field 12 x 12 Minos mosaic plain offset) - Ann Sacks
(42-inch Mirrored Vanity Antique) - Expo Design Center