Design Your Bathroom

My 100 Year Old Homeused wrap-around white shiplap that creates a sense of movement and makes the tight space feel airier and lighter. Create an immersive feel in a small powder room with a memorable mix of paint and wallpaper. Studio Peake paired sage paint with bold wallpaper that incorporates shades of green, blue, and orange, and finished with silver-toned fixtures to balance the riot of color and pattern. Hang some artwork on the walls of a small powder room to bring it to life. Mary Patton Design hung a mix of framed prints to add personality to the walls of this modern guest bathroom that pop against the matte black paint. A black-and-white bathroom is a classic combination that can work in any size or style space.

To use the stunning stone in a creative way, you can use multiple kinds and mix up your marble. Add another creative touch to your bathroom that also has a natural vibe by opting for a stone sink. Either purchase one that’s been pre-carved or choose one that’s been cast to the exact size and shape that you want. There are a few ways that panels can be used on your bathroom walls in creative ways.

Space saving bathrooms

Always get shower and tub tile into consideration whenever you plan for your bathroom backsplash. You definitely do not have to complement them, but each of the ceramic tiles in the bathroom need to look as a part of a cohesive style when you tiled it. Give a guest bath or powder room a dramatic dose of luxury with a floating marble vanity that will save space and double as decor, like this transitional space from Becca Interiors. The compact space is decorated with black and cream accents for a cohesive feel.

  • Generally the slope of a wet room floor should be about 2″ or 50mm.
  • Those lucky enough to enjoy two bathing spaces – one shared by the family and the other a calming adult sanctuary – tend to opt for different moods in each space.
  • Desiree Burns Interiors added a short backsplash to protect the wallpaper.
  • This efficient layout is a common option for oddly-shaped rooms where a bathtub simply won’t fit.
  • In a tight bathroom, skip the shower door to create maximum flow.
  • “To add decoration without cluttering the area, play with functional decoration (i.e., elements you would have to use in your bathroom anyway),” says Chaumien.

This inviting space from Chango & Co. has it all, from the modern bathtub to the built-in vanity, self-contained marble shower, and abundant space and light. Shiplap walls add texture, and a whimsical bubble pendant light anchors the soaking tub by the window. For a truly spa-inspired space, combine both style and function for a relaxing space you actually look forward to spending time in. Get inspiration and ideas for designing or remodeling a bathroom with contemporary style.