Small Space, Big Design

Small Space, Big Design

What this quaint bathroom lacks in size, it makes up for in design. With less than forty square feet of space to work with, designer Kayley Vargo was able to give these homeowners a stunning and functional bathroom.  

Wanting to create the illusion of more space, a light and neutral color palette consisting of warm browns, beiges and whites was selected. Strong geometric patterns, like the large hexagon floor tile, were added to keep the room from feeling too basic. That same hexagonal shape, but in a smaller format, was carried into the shower to create a cohesive feeling in the room. The rectilinear dimensional wave tile on the shower walls keep the eye moving throughout the space and the frameless glass enclosure with brushed finishes adds to the simple and transitional style of the bathroom. 

The stained 24” furniture-style vanity, custom floating shelves, and custom framed medicine cabinet provide plenty of much-needed storage space. Simple London Gray Quartz countertops, a white rectangular sink, and beige paint on the walls complete the look. Form and function combine in this small yet striking bathroom, helping these homeowners love where they live.  

Do you have a small bathroom you would like to remodel, but you’re not sure where to start? Check out our Project Gallery for more design ideas or contact us for a free in-home consultation. 


by Amanda Wagoner


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