To make a small bathroom appear larger and nicer, Better Homes and Gardens suggests keeping the color palette light, using whites, tans or other toned-down colors. Do this with tile covering the entire walls, or use tiles as accents above the sink or in the shower.Continue Reading
Add splashes of color using towels, accents, wall art, shower curtains or tile inlays in the floor. Even flowers in a simple vase add a pop of color without taking up much space. Change up the flowers for the season.
Unique shelving, not necessarily that made for bathroom spaces, not only adds an interest point but also much needed storage in a small space. Add accessories to the top of shelving units, such as baskets, frames, bottles or other decor, and use the bottom hooks for towels or robes.
Other unique accents, such as sink fixtures, knobs and pulls, light sconces, mirrors and vanities take a small bathroom to a new decorative dimension. Old dressers or tables with a sink added make an interesting conversation piece without taking up too much room.
She Knows suggests sticking with a theme in your bathroom to tie all elements together for uniformity. However, adding one standout feature makes a small bathroom special. These include molding, the counter top for your sink vanity, a light fixture or even the shower curtain.Learn more about Decor