Small Bathroom Design

Get inspired with small bathroom pictures that combine pared-down fixtures, bold paint colors and pretty decorating details.

  • Black and White Bathroom With Bold Tree Wallpaper

    Back in Black

    Small bathrooms or powder rooms are a great place to try ultra-dark shades you might be scared to use elsewhere. \"I had a lot of natural light in the powder room so I didn't hesitate in choosing black as the main color,\" says designer Melissa Miranda. Miranda chose ceiling-reaching \"Woods\" wallpaper from Cole & Sons to emphasize the height of the room.

  • small bathroom designs picture of granite & glass

    Small Bathroom Glass Illusion

    Glass shower enclosures give the illusion of space in a small bathroom by allowing you to see from one end of the room to the other. Design by Andreas Charalambous

  • Elegant, Old-World Bathroom

    Put It on a Pedestal

    Using a pedestal sink creates the illusion of extra square footage in small bathrooms. The upholstered walls in this teeny-tiny powder room bring warmth and texture to the space. Design by Lauren Jacobsen

  • Floating Bathroom Vanity

    Add Floating Storage

    A floating vanity takes up less space without compromising style. Design by Joseph Pubillones

  • Bathroom Wall with Carved Holes

    Look Up

    If the floor space is limited, don't forget to look up! Make your bathroom seem larger by emphasizing the height of the room, like designer Shirry Dolgin did here with staggered mirrors.

  • White and Blue Tiled Bathroom

    Change the Floor Plan

    A cramped floor plan and outdated finishes prompted the remodel of this small master bathroom. Relocating the toilet to the rear wall and adding a wall-mounted sink maximizes the space. The glass mosaic tile feature wall adds movement and draws attention to the high ceilings and skylight. Design by Jennifer Jones

  • Elegant Powder Room

    Go Big

    An advantage of small bathrooms? Smaller prices. \"Since the space is usually so small, you can get away with using higher priced materials as you need so little of them,\" says interior designer Melissa Miranda. Designer Shelly Reihl David paired a hand-carved marble sink with a modern metallic damask wall covering, gold gilded mirror and amber crystal wall sconces to create this impactful space.

  • tone on tone contemporary bathrooom

    Declutter Countertops

    Under-sink storage and towel bars create a clutter-free countertop. Design by Peter Sollogub

  • Black and White Powder Room

    Break the Rules

    \"Powder rooms are usually where I really go all out, break all the rules and use materials that might look 'over the top' in larger spaces,\" says interior designer Melissa Miranda. Dark colors or bold patterns, like this graphic lattice wallpaper, add dimension and a bit of fun. Design by Jennifer Jones

  • bathroom accessories compliment granite counters

    Try Warm, Inviting Colors

    Warm colors make a small bath feel larger. Design by Beth Haley

  • gracious powder room greets guests

    Bring On the Charm

    Wood paneling and a chair rail add formality to this charming powder room. Design by Thomas A. Conway

  • Kid's Bathroom with Fun Wallpaper

    Scale It Down

    Oversized fixtures and mirrors can make small rooms look smaller. A small light fixture and sink-sized mirror keep this petite kids' bathroom looking spacious (and ever-so-adorable.) Design by Rebekah Zaveloff

  • relaxing master bath oasis

    Try Open Shelving

    Open shelving makes the room appear bigger by allowing you to see all the way to the wall. Design by Joseph Hittinger

  • opulent red powder room

    Spice It Up

    Rev up a small space with vivid color. If you don't like it, it's easy and inexpensive to repaint. Design by Shelly Riehl David

  • bathroom highlights natural materials

    Organize to Maximize

    Organize drawers and cabinets to maximize countertop space and minimize clutter.

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