8 Tiny House Bathrooms Packed With Style
Take a cue from these tiny home owners as you gather inspiration for your own size-challenged powder room refresh.
A bathroom on the small side can prove challenging for anyone not up to the task of knocking down walls, rerouting plumbing or even making that phone call to a contractor. But if there's any hope for maximizing style in a powder room lacking space, it's in seriously small bathrooms like these, featured on HGTV's Tiny Luxury.
From creative use of vertical space to tile work that exemplifies spa luxury, here are eight tiny bathrooms packed with style to add to your design inspiration boards.
Green With Envy
A tiny house bathroom with double sinks? Now we've seen it all. The pops of color underneath also break up the neutral tones to give the space some subtle personality.
Light and Bright
Many tiny house owners go with light, neutral colors to make their small spaces feel larger than they actually are. Built-in shelving is also a must for maximizing storage space for linens and touches of decor.
Sticking to one light color in the bathroom means more opportunities for creative, eye-catching tile work, like this large honeycomb pattern in the shower.
Noticing a pattern among the walls of these tiny bathrooms? Shiplap, shiplap, shiplap!
Mixing natural wood pieces with metal creates a rustic feeling many tiny house owners are looking for in their off-the-grid homes.
Mirror, No Mirror
In the interest of maximizing storage space, many tiny house bathrooms opt for shelving over the vanity instead of a mirror.
If you're going to go all out with a clawfoot tub in your tiny bathroom, why not go even further with a unique plant wall like this one?
Simple touches like custom art and a unique concrete countertop can turn what would be a closet built for function into a cozy, "me time" getaway.
For extra sleeping space, the Tiny Luxury team built a 25-square-foot guest loft just above the bathroom. The red oak hardwood floors, exposed pine beams, plush bedding and string lights create the same warm, rustic chic aesthetic that is present in the rest of the home.
The kitchen doesn’t waste an inch of storage space, with the help of rustic mounted shelves and hanging storage for pots and pans. While the space could easily feel cluttered, design details like ceramic tile backsplash and rustic accessories make every element feel intentional and charming.