Updating bathroom light fixtures
White molding placed below the line of the ceiling creates a visually smaller space, and a sparkling chandelier adds a touch of glamor to the space If you're remodeling or installing a bathroom, you'll want to browse small bathroom decorating ideas.
While the blueprint for your bathroom won't change based on how it's decorated, you can "expand" the space with a few strategic decorating ideas, creating a space that's elegant, attractive and efficient.
A translucent shower curtain surrounds the freestanding white bathtub creating a functional shower.
Bold blue walls pop against white trim and wainscoting.
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.
In recent years, bathrooms have begun to expand significantly in size — master bathrooms in newer homes can be positively palatial affairs, for example.
Make sure any curtains or shades are translucent, and keep windowsills free of any items that would obstruct sunlight from entering the space.
Similarly, when choosing paint colors or a color scheme for the entire space, focus on lighter, livelier hues.
No matter how small your bath, gutting and replacing fixtures is an expensive undertaking. Here, design blogger Layla Palmer gave a builder-basic vanity a trendy cottage-style update with a quart of gray paint and a little distressing with sandpaper.
Even a minimal splash of color in a small space will add a big dose of fun.