Rearranging the floor layout is likely not an option. This is such a small space that you cannot move things around much, so you’ll be working with what you already have.
Just Add Sparkle
The wallpaper has some sparkle, plus the sink has some sparkle — lovely powder room.
Sweet & Simple
Another great representation of a lovely, simple & classic half bath.
Who says a vanity has to be white, gray or woodgrain? This custom vanity was painted Benjamin Moore Whipple Blue! The cherries on top: wallcovering by Abigail Edwards – Seascape in Summer & Alu Wall Sconces by Sonneman Lighting.
This Denver half bath features white oak counters & shelving with taupe stain plus the stunning Native Trails Maestro Mandala sink.
Rough Cut 2
Part 2 of this eclectic industrial powder room. The floor and wall features Porcelanosa wood grain tile. Remarkable!
Storage on the Side
Add extra storage to your half bath with a vintage rolling cart that can house toiletries, towels, and more.
Blue Ribbon Bathroom
A navy paint finish on reclaimed wood walls and a vanity base creates a cozy half bathroom that’s more sultry than stuffy.
Warm Neutral Washroom
Off-white subway tiles, a beige storage cabinet, and cream-colored wall art soften up the space in this half bathroom.
For small space half bathrooms, add storage outside the room, like these bright purple cabinets that feature punch tin doors.
While it might seem counterintuitive to extend a countertop in an already-cramped half bath, the added storage and sophisticated lines will more than make up for any lost space. This live edge-inspired woodgrain counter strikes a perfect balance between traditional and eclectic.
Sure, we have a soft spot for sconces, but maybe it’s time to reintroduce hanging lights into the bathroom? This single-bulb fixture is by turns industrial and glam.
Less Is More
Not quite ready to commit to a whole bathroom worth of bold tile? You can still get in on the action with a simple backsplash that packs a punch. Just four tiles create this unusual (and cost-effective!) focal point.
If you think double-mirrors only make sense at double-sink vanities, think again. As long as you have enough counter space to accommodate them, a mismatched set of mirrors can bring a fun element to a half bath.