"Powder rooms are usually where I really go all out, break all the rules and use materials that might look 'over the top' in larger spaces," says interior designer Melissa Miranda.
Dark colors or bold patterns, like this graphic lattice wallpaper, add dimension and a bit of fun.
As this 6-foot-by-7-foot Atlanta bathroom demonstrates, sometimes bold color is all you need to make a big statement.
Although this space receives no natural light, the bold kelly green walls give it fresh personality.
In this bright and cheery basement bathroom, designed by Sarah Richardson, a classic pedestal sink creates the illusion of extra square footage while a bright-white palette keeps the teeny-tiny space from feeling cramped.
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.
Is your bathroom a refuge – your own personal spa retreat?
Perhaps it’s time for a remodel, and VKB Kitchen & Bath can help.