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15 Small Bathrooms that are Big on Style

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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 phenomenal tiny bathrooms that still manage to pack in plenty of style.

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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. Also lead image above.

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Natural light was the luxury in this renovation bathroom from Von Bock & Yarrow — a premium feature in such a small space. Instead of all expensive fixtures, they splurged on a new window above the sink, skylight over the shower, and graphic tiles from Marrakesh Design.

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(Image credit: Elle Decoration)

Simple, neutral finishes and minimal detailing mean that this petite bathroom from Elle Decoration still feels quite spacious.

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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.

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The clever setup of this bathroom from Apartment 34 means that there’s no need for a bulky shower curtain.

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Minimal detailing and simple colors give this bathroom from Homedit a spaciousness that belies its small size.

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A clawfoot tub is the perfect choice for this narrow bathroom from My Domaine.

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A small but beautiful bathroom from 34 Kvadrat.

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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.

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The glass-enclosed shower in this bathroom from Inside Out almost disappears.

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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.

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A traditionally-styled tiny bathroom from Zillow Digs.

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Bold color can be a great choice for a small space, as evidenced by this small bathroom from Katie Martinez.

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A small bathroom from designer Jillian Harris.

Three kinds of tile keep things interesting in this little bathroom by Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design.

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A patterned tile floor (and matching shower curtain) add character to this petite bathroom by Lauren Rubin.

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-Re-edited from a post originally published 8/25/2016 – DF

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Nancy Mitchell


As a Senior Writer at Apartment Therapy, Nancy splits her time among looking at beautiful pictures, writing about design, and photographing stylish apartments in and around NYC. It’s not a bad gig.