Renovating or re-decorating a small room can be a fun and easy do it yourself project for any homeowner to undertake. There are many modern bathroom ideas and options for updating this space and we will touch on replacing old fixtures and painting the walls a more vibrant color. With a new remodel, replacing the modern bathroom vanities or even installing small sinks is the most exciting part of any job. Because of the size, small bathrooms tend to be an easier and less expensive space to fix up than other rooms in your home. So whether you have you have years of renovation experience under your belt or are undertaking this remodel as your first DIY adventure, we can provide you with a multitude of tips, tricks, and ideas on how to decorate a with new bathroom tile design.
What luxurious modern bathroom is complete without a soaking tub. Could it get any better than this simple contemporary white tub situated in front of a large picture window and flat screen television? Great bathtub design can really elevate a space from ordinary to extraordinary, even becoming a memorable selling point of a home. Whether you prefer the simplistic look of this tub showcased in the neutral contemporary decor, or prefer the more traditional look of a claw foot tub, they are great additions to any modern bathroom. When you are selecting one for your space, there are several things to consider. First, look at the size of the room to determine how large of a tub you can comfortably fit in the floorplan.
A beautiful modern bathroom can add value to any home. It is easy to create a gorgeous space that you are excited to come home to with a few simple design upgrades. To achieve this fabulous contemporary style, select modern bathroom sinks that have clean lines, a neutral color palette, and cabinetry that provides a lot of storage. A single pedestal sink would work well in a powder room, while a great modern double vanity would instantly elevate any master bath. Accent the vanity you select with sleek solid surface countertops and an eye-catching vessel sink. I also love how this homeowner made a statement with mosaic tile as a backsplash and mirror surround.
Great modern bathroom design combines functionality with the latest decor trends. I love how this designer took a small peaked attic space and transformed it into a beautiful master bathroom oasis. They incorporated two slim contemporary bathroom vanities with granite countertops to give the homeowners dedicated spaces and then rounded out the room with a coordinating Jacuzzi tub. Bright white paneling throughout the tub surround, vanities, shelving and decorative trim really pop against the neutral color palette and ties the modern bathroom together. In keeping with the relaxing neutral color palette, they also finished the walls in large granite tile with coordinating chair rail, a trend seen in many contemporary bathrooms today.
Many homeowners believe that bathroom designs for small spaces have to be cramped and boring. This is simply not the case. We actually love tackling a challenging room like this, because we can use our skill and creativity to create a fabulous look that makes you forget about the size of the space. My biggest tip for designing a small modern bathroom is to think outside of the box. Don’t go through the list of elements that you want to put in the bathroom but can’t due to size constraints, instead visualize items that would look fabulous with the layout you have. For example, this beautiful guest bathroom did not have enough square footage for a clawfoot tub like the homeowner wanted, but the wide back wall was perfect for a large walk in shower.
When you first embark on remodeling a modern bathroom, there are a few factors to consider including the layout, color scheme, and lighting. A common mistake that homeowners make when first adding new modern bathroom decor is purchasing and installing a stunning bathtub, elegant sink, or gorgeous vanity that ends up being too large for the space. Choosing a functional small bathroom layout that pairs well with the size of your space will prevent you from feeling cramped and crowded in this area. While most ornate bathroom vanities, fixtures and furniture tend to be larger in size, companies manufacture specific vanities and bathtubs for small bathrooms to allow homeowners to get the design they desire, while keeping the functionality of the space.