Making a Small Bath Feel Spacious - The Interior Collective
We've all been there, whether it involved a rent check or a mortgage – the dreaded tiny bathroom. I found myself in this exact situation after purchasing my current home this past summer. My main bath features a beautifully tiled full-size walk-in shower, a toilet, a small vanity... and no room for anything else. So I set off to research just what design elements might make it feel like a larger and lighter space.
Before & After: Naomi’s Beautiful British Bathroom
Naomi moved into her Edwardian UK home a year ago and has spent nearly the whole time planning renovations to her small bathroom. Her biggest goal? An easy-to-clean space with minimal areas for dust to gather. We hear you, Naomi. She introduced a little luxury with a sink crafted from Welsh slate, an extra wide bath, and stainless steel towel warmers which she tells us were worth every penny. She kept the walls and ceiling bright white and fell for those grey tiles, “the moment I saw them.
We consider bathrooms to be a version of self-care. You only have to consider how much time you spend cleansing and pampering yourself in them to realize why. With this in mind (and the fact they increase your home's value) is good reason to make it a special place in your home. We show you how with tips, advice, and inspiration from the experts.
And Now for Something Completely Different: Colored Subway Tile
Maybe you think you’re bored with subway tile — but have you seen how great it looks in colors? This humble, versatile and ubiquitous tile suddenly takes on a whole new aspect when rendered in different colors (and materials). Here are some of our favorite examples of subway tile in a rainbow of colors. Above: Glad pink ceramic subway tile, spotted on Historias de Casa, sets the backdrop for a perfect modern update to the retro pink bathroom.
My bedroom is one of the only rooms in the house right now that I’m pretty clueless about which direction I’d like to go. I’ve been concentrating so much on the other ‘common’ rooms in the house (the living room, the dining room, the guest bedroom and now the kitchen) that it’s been a bit […]