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The Best Design Tips for Small and Master Bathrooms

Master Bathroom

Whether your bathroom is large or small, there are many options for transforming its look and function. Here’s our wealth of do-it-yourself spruce-ups, small design details, and other professional tips to help you take your bathroom to the next level.

Ideas for Small Bathrooms

Bathroom Towels

If your bathroom can only fit one person comfortably at any given time, it is considered small. And although it can seem like a difficult task to redesign, your small bathroom can be the most functional room in your home.


The way you store your bathroom items will have a big impact. For example, instead of a large cabinet, your small bathroom will benefit much more from open shelving. Not only will open shelves remove ‘bulk’ in your bathroom, but they will also allow you to add accessories like towel bars and colorful picture frames.

Paint Color

An aspect of small bathroom design that can add a lot of punch is repainting. Your space will really benefit from an accent wall, which is one wall that differs in color from the other walls in a room.

The best colors for small bathrooms are neutral shades, as they promote calm and are pleasing to the eye. You can add both creativity and depth by showcasing neutral colors in a different texture.

Be Bold

One of the many advantages to having a small bathroom is that fewer materials are required to redesign it. This can mean that more money is available for costlier bathroom ideas. For example, you may be able to splurge on expensive wallpaper for your accent wall, or finally get that fancy sink you’ve been dreaming about. Items like these can become your bathroom’s defining aspects and can make great conversation pieces as well.


Clear glass can make small bathrooms look positively expansive. Consider swapping out your solid shower enclosure for clear glass that allows you to take in the entire room from end to end.

Ideas for Master Bathrooms

Ideas for Bathrooms

If two people need to move around in your master bathroom, then comfort and efficiency must rule the day. Redesigning this room can take a little or a lot of time, depending on what you want to do with it.


When redesigning your master bathroom, you’ll want to think about incorporating some of the colors or décor found in your master bedroom. This will add plenty of continuity, and you’ll find there are many creative ways to express your bedroom’s style in the bathroom.

Think Vertically

Your master bathroom is likely already quite spacious. However, this doesn’t mean you can’t add to its size. There’s still plenty of expansion potential; all you have to do is think vertically. You can stretch the height of your bathroom with floor-to-ceiling curtains and decorative moldings which draw the eye upward. Fixtures which splash light across the ceiling can have the same effect.

Double the Function

Because your master bathroom is suited for two, all elements should accommodate two people. This includes your bathroom vanity, shower, and tub. Dual vanities and mirrors will allow the both of you to get ready at the same time without crowding each other’s space. Consider installing a separate shower and tub, as doing this will provide the best of both worlds, giving each of you the option to share or to bathe solo.

Consider a Water Closet

Just because your master bathroom is a big and open space, doesn’t necessarily mean that all elements have to be visible. A water closet, otherwise known as a private toilet, can offer privacy in your shared bathroom, as well as another opportunity for decorating. This tiny room can be outfitted with lots of elegance, such as a fancy toilet roll holder or frosted glass door.

Redecorating your bathroom can be an exciting opportunity to break some style rules and create something that’s truly unique. Keeping the above tips in mind will allow you to achieve the best look for your space, no matter the size.