Large natural slabs of marble & onyx; every slab unique making no two bathrooms exactly the same. Venetian marble wall prints are popular elsewhere in the house as are these colorful slabs in the bathroom. The bigger the better single pieces preferred an entire wall claimed by natural beauty which has been concealed for millions of years.
Use a monochromatic color scheme in a small bathroom: Depending on the color you choose and how much natural light illuminates your space one color can make your bathroom feel larger. Remember one color doesn’t mean you can’t use hues of one color. A bathroom with varying shades of one color will accomplish the same goal. Soft neutral tones are perfect for this eye fooling trick. If you are able to keep it clean white will make your bathroom feel the largest!
Use a minimum amount of accessories on the floor: Ensure floor space is kept clear and uncluttered. If you choose to use a rug use 1 large one as opposed to several small ones. The more separate pieces you have the more the floor space is broken up visually. One rug will unify the floor as one large whole and maximize your bathroom area.
You don’t have to be as bold in your designs to go as far as the hypnotic mosaic pattern pictured below but patterned tiles are in for 2014 especially mosaics. If you can add a retro flare that’ll be an added bonus but make sure it’s done right so it doesn’t look tacky or quickly dated as is the tendency for many of these designs to fall victim to.
Use wall mirrors instead of big medicine cabinets: Bulky medicine cabinets visually make your small bathroom feel even smaller. Consider switching out the cabinet for a wall mirror. If you prefer to stick with a medicine cabinet opt for one that is low profile and doesn’t extend far outside of the wall.
Pair square white tiles with a warm-toned encaustic concrete floor for a relaxing vintage vibe that still feels sophisticated. Give your bathroom the same classic feel as vintage china with square mini-tiles in French blue and creamy white.