One of the easiest ways to open up a small bathroom is with the use of mirrors. When the wall of mirrors also doubles as storage space, as in this London home, it's a real bonus.
A couple of New York actors stepped up to the challenge of creating a larger-than-life space out of a tiny bathroom in Harlem by adding a raised level for the toilet and shower, plus a door that leads from the shower out to a private deck.
Ambient lighting—that bounces off white tiles that stretch up the height of the walls—lends a more spacious feel to this Manhattan apartment's bathroom.
Smoked glass, a mirror, and a coloful palette do the trick in this Mardrid bathroom, which is designed creatively so it's easy to distract from the room's small size.
A large window and an idyllic view of the surrounding North Carolina woods open up this small space, allowing a relaxing soak in the roomy, freestanding Lacava tub.
When an entire studio is only 190 square feet, the bathroom is sure to be miniscule. Working with the space he had, a Phoenix-based architect selected white, floor-to-ceiling ceramic glazed penny tile, a Duravit toilet, and a custom vanity.