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15 small bathrooms to see before renovating yours

M. Martins M. Martins
Losanto Arquitectos Modern bathroom
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Any home improvement task, from the very small (like updating those bedroom curtains) to the larger (breaking out a wall to merge the kitchen and dining room, for example), requires some research and inspiration. Fortunately you have discovered homify, where we are chock-a-block with design tips and tricks to help you achieve the spaces that you want. 

Which brings us to today’s piece: good-old bathroom updating. Bathroom designers all over the world are flooding magazines, websites, and design blogs with ideas on how to achieve the perfect bathroom space. They also treat us to advice on what to do and what to not ever consider. These are all very helpful, of course, but today we just want to flaunt some beautiful images with a few light tips – nothing too frantic, except some artful inspiration for your own bathroom space back home. Enjoy!

- Original article by Johannes Van Graan for homify South Africa.

1. Natural wood has really taken stylish control of this modern bathroom.

2. Mediterranean-style tiles bring both colour and pattern to any bathroom.

3. Ever considered a shower with a view?

4. Chunky stone and low lighting both bring a dramatic presence to this bathroom.

Get some smart inspiration for your own bathroom by viewing our decadent range of lighting options.

5. Marble for a focal wall? Now that’s cutting-edge thinking!

6. Vibrant lighting boosts the wall texture of this small yet unforgettable bathroom.

7. Faced with an unusually shaped bathroom? Be clever with your features, as this clever layout shows us.

8. Your mirror can become the show piece, as shown above.

9. We are big fans of monochrome – and in mosaic-tile form, it’s simply stunning.

10. In this tiny bathroom, jovial colours and sweeping curves ensure some fun personality.

11. Wood, stone, and foliage conjure up a lush and natural-style bathroom – perhaps you can achieve the same back home?

12. The industrial style can look quite elegant – just keep those colours and lighting clean and toned down.

13. A mix and match of patterns (and textures) lend a striking look to this layout. And yes, dark colours can look most superb in a bathroom.

14. We love the clean and fresh look of this space – and those subway tiles ensure the perfect background detail.

15. This shower takes cleansing to a lavish new level. Lighting, tiles, fixtures – they’re all bent on taking our breaths away!

Looking for more inspiration for your shower’s look? Then take a look at these Shower designs worth singing about.

- Original article by Johannes Van Graan for homify South Africa.

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