Clever storage options and smart finishes means that even the smallest of bathrooms can be stylish as well as practical.
Whether it’s a tiny powder room or a shower stall that’s basically on top of the toilet (been there!), a small bathroom can make those morning and evening routines a lot less glamorous, and, more importantly, less efficient. But before you toss in the towel and call a broker to help you find a new place, hear us out—you just need some strategic styling tips to make small bathrooms look as good and work as hard as their larger counterparts.
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Just because your bathroom lacks square footage doesn’t mean it’s destined to remain a strictly practical room. With the right design tricks, it’s easy to bridge the gap between form and function—regardless of its size. In fact, a powder room or guest bathroom can be a convenient way to experiment with a new trend, color, or pattern without redesigning the rest of your space.
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These small bathroom ideas go beyond making the most of the available space and prove that bold design elements can be right at home in even the tiniest rooms. Here are the best ways to turn powder rooms, half-baths, and just little tiny (sometimes windowless) bathrooms into less cramped, more enjoyable situations. Your small bath may just be your next favorite room.
To help in this endeavor, we searched our house tours high and low to round up some of the savviest small bathroom ideas we could find. It all comes down to really thinking outside the box when decorating without potentially cramming your space or losing out on storage opportunities.