The small bathroom in French architect Jacque Grange's Paris apartment houses a narrow étagerè holding towels and toiletries. The bathtub, sink and faucet are by L'Epi d'Or, the chandelier is 19th-century and the inlaid marble floor is based on a Byzantine pattern.
A neutral bathroom in the Spanish-style home of Create & Cultivate founder Jaclyn Johnson is given a "Cali cool" update with the addition of Hygge & West's and the Marabou by Kohler. The space was designed by Johnson's friend, Whitney Lee Morris.
In a New York City home's bathroom with limited countertop and cabinet storage, designer Katie Ridder used a medium-height antique shelf for books, towels and a plant.
When all else fails, keep it simple. A compact sink by and sleek fittings by Arne Jacobsen for complete this West Village apartment designed by .
In an imperial getaway near St. Petersburg, a narrow bathroom is given ornamental details with a mirror from the 1940s and a 1950s stool from . The 1970s chandelier was found in Palm Beach, the curtains are of a silk by and the bathroom's sink, tub and fittings are by .
Mixing tiles is one of the easiest ways to boost a small bathroom's visual appeal. For this design scheme in a Orem, Utah home, glass and mother-of-pearl tile from were used to cover the walls and play off of the geometric stone flooring. Coastal sisal wallpaper from adds warmth to the space.
A 19th-century washbasin is the highlight of this vibrant Bordeaux, France bathroom designed by Michael Coorengel and Jean-Pierre Calvagrac.
In a relaxed Portugal home, the small master bath sink was made locally and the fittings are by . The mirror is by and the floor is poured concrete.
This bohemian-inspired bathroom in the Dallas home of Homepolish designer Erika Yeaman proves that a simple large mirror can open up a space. It's the perfect solution if mirrored walls aren't your style.
Who said pebbles are just meant for the beach? designed this bath, featuring floor-to-ceiling pebbled tile and sand-inspired hues.
In in South Orange, New Jersey, the small bathroom is decked out in varying shades of gray. A 1920s Venetian mirror hangs above the sink and the tiles are by .
An exuberant grid of colors in designer New York apartment pays homage to the 1960s artist Gene Davis, drawing from the palette of his striped silk screens. The vibrant squares were painted by Moira Kelly, and the artwork is by Lucio Fontana.
Sometimes bigger is better, especially when it comes to powder rooms. Make a statement by experimenting with pieces like oversized sconces or a stone sink, as featured in this 17th-century Italian farmhouse.
This bathroom by a storied palazzo in Rome plays with color and texture using a royal purple wallcovering by . The tub fittings are by .in
In a laid-back New York City apartment, the bathroom vanity and tub are by , the fittings are by and the sconces are by . The walls and floor are sheathed in Calacatta Viola marble.
To emphasize the beachy feel in this surf retreat in East Hampton, the small bathroom forgoes the shower enclosure for a more casual feel. The sink is by and the shower fittings are by . The light is by , the wall is lined in , and the ceiling is painted in Stiffkey Blue by .
For a small space, Andy Cohen's lamé bathroom packs quite the punch. The walls are lined with ’s Cherry Forever mylar wallpaper, the vanity is by , and the vintage Milo Baughman mirror is from . An Andy Warhol portrait of Diane von Furstenburg on a framed silk scarf resides over the room.
When designing his 1950s ranch house on the Hudson River, expanded his small bathroom by pulling the mural by throughout the room and onto the door. The wainscoting is painted in .
This masters California cool decor, even in its petite guest bathroom. The chair is upholstered in the California state flag, the sink and fittings are by , the custom wallcovering is by , and the door is painted in .
For a dose of quirky decor, the tiny powder room of this Windsor Terrace home features shibori wallpaper by and a mirror by .
The extravagant floral wallpaper inside the powder room of a West Village apartment turns the entire space into a piece of artwork. The sink is by and has fittings by .
In John Robshaw's Connecticut country house, the upstairs bath manages to pack in furniture and decor from around the globe. The stunning sink cabinet is from Syria, the shower curtain and rug are by Robshaw, the sconce is by , and the 19th-century Spanish encaustic floor tiles are from Michael Trapp.
The tub and sink fittings in the guest bath of designers Kevin Roberts and Timothy Haynes's home are by , and the paint-on-mirror artwork is by Rashid Johnson.
The metallic-and-marble shower door and vanity in this -designed Manhattan home are custom-designed, and the floors and shower feature tiles by .
created a decidedly feminine master bath in the Greek Revival townhouse she shares with husband Bill Powers. Rowley designed the wall treatment, which is printed on billboard vinyl, and the painting is by Rob Pruitt. Touches of pink brighten up the small black-and-white room, and a Venetian-style mirror is the perfect complement to the classic pedestal sink.
A circa-1950 brass mirror hangs in the powder room of the shared by designer and his business partner, Roth Martin, who helm the San Francisco gallery. The French collapsible tripod table is vintage.
A sink with fittings is located in the guest bath of 's Athens, Georgia, home. The room is papered with old AAA maps. The wainscoting is painted in .
A mural by Jean Horihata hangs in the dainty powder room of an Arts and Crafts cottage in Beverly Hills. The circa-1890 Tramp Art mirror is American, the stool is Chinese, and the sink fittings are by THG.