Smart Solutions for Small Bathrooms 2014 Ideas

Make a big splash in a pint-size bath by indulging in chic fixtures and glamorous finishes. Look to colorful fabrics, updated fixtures, and storage niches to help your tiny bath sparkle. 

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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.

Give a plain bath a quick update by plucking out a few of the existing tiles and replacing them with decorative glass tiles. Flashy new 4x4 inch solid green tiles alternate with a mosaic motif to take the white tiles in this bath from sterile to sensational. To continue the shimmery theme, swap out a standard light fixture in favor of a chandelier. Add a dimmer switch to set the mood for ultimate relaxation.

When you're tight on space, call on a pedestal sink or two! A traditional vanity would have closed in this bath and obscured the shower, but a pair of pedestal sinks provides the luxury of a space built for two while maintaining an open feeling. A skylight above adds natural light to this interior room, also making it feel bigger.

Give your bath a timeless look by splurging on a marble countertop and save on inexpensive cabinetry. This simple marble-topped workbench-style vanity provides room for towels and toiletries under the sink. Simple cotton skirting, instead of traditional doors, keeps the items under wraps. Flirty green floral wallpaper adds cottage style that's easy to update in the future.

Create an eye catching focal point by pressing an antique table or dresser into service as a vanity. Modern vessel sinks partnered with vintage inspired bridge faucets connect old and new in this bath. To keep the look streamlined, two slender vertical mirrors hide 9 inch deep medicine cabinets, one complete with an outlet for the hair dryer.

A powder room is a great place to showcase high style. It's a smart place to invest in luxurious products because this room is often frequented by guests, and its small footprint will keep your budget in order. Here, a wall of glass mosaic tile creates a dramatic backdrop for a glamorous retreat. A standout vanity echoes the rich tone, and a shapely toilet continues the geometric theme.

The one strike against installing a pedestal sink in a small bath is limited storage space. By adding a tall, skinny cabinet behind the sink, you can have the best of both worlds: convenient compartments for beauty products and a streamlined sink that won't weigh your bath down.

Carve out additional storage by building a recessed shelf between the studs in a wall. Recessed shelves put unused space to work and don't take up floor real estate, which is a plus in a small bath.

With a touch of sparkle, a diminutive powder room can morph into a stunning jewel. In this small bath, slivers of glass tile create a shimmering backdrop for an infinity style sink. Create a similar effect for less cash by covering a single wall with vibrant wallpaper.

For a sleek, clean look, keep storage flush with walls whenever possible. Narrow shelving units also help you edit what you keep in your bathroom. With just enough storage, you'll have space to store the essentials, with no room left over for clutter.

Visually lighten a floor-to-ceiling built-in cabinet by combining open shelves with closed doors. Towels, soaps, and glass canisters are perfect candidates for open shelving because they're decorative and functional. Closed storage is important for storing personal items, cleaning supplies, and laundry bins.

Compartmentalized rooms appear smaller, while open spaces create the illusion of size. To maintain an open view, trade in a traditional shower curtain for clear glass doors, which help stretch the visual length of the room. Continue the bath flooring into the shower to amplify the effect.


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