Of course it's easy to create a gorgeous bathroom when you have a ton of room, but working with a smaller space can be a bit of a challenge. If you're remodeling a smaller bathroom and feel a bit hemmed in, then take a look at these blah tiny bathrooms that still manage to pack in plenty of style.
Blogger Emily from The Pink House didn't let the small size of her upstairs bathroom keep her from pulling off a gorgeous remodel. The gold koi wallpaper is the perfect way to add a little character without overwhelming the space.
Simple, neutral finishes and minimal detailing mean that this petite bathroom from Elle Decoration still feels quite spacious.
Showers are a popular choice for smaller bathrooms because they take up less space. Opting for a minimal glass enclosure can mean that the shower almost disappears, like in this bathroom from Studio LS.
The clever setup of this bathroom from Apartment 34 means that there's no need for a bulky shower curtain.
Minimal detailing and simple colors give this bathroom from Homedit a spaciousness that belies its small size.
A clawfoot tub is the perfect choice for this narrow bathroom from My Domaine.
A small but beautiful bathroom from 34 Kvadrat.
A clawfoot tub can actually be a good choice for a small bathroom, like this one from Domino. Although it takes up the same amount of space as a typical bathtub, a clawfoot tub lets space flow around it and feels a lot lighter visually.
The glass-enclosed shower in this bathroom from Inside Out almost disappears.
Although this modern bathroom from Homes to Love isn't particularly small compared to some of the others, it is a great example of how you can fit both a tub and a shower into relatively little space.
A traditionally-styled tiny bathroom from Zillow Digs.
Bold color can be a great choice for a small space, as evidenced by this small bathroom from Katie Martinez.
A small bathroom from designer Jillian Harris.
Three kinds of tile keep things interesting in this little bathroom by Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design.
A patterned tile floor (and matching shower curtain) add character to this petite bathroom by Lauren Rubin.
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