The art of a Half-bath
Half Bathrooms are a natural way to add value to your home. With a small space, design can become tricky and cramped. The challenge of the half bathroom is to keep it functional and beautiful. By looking at the renovation as an art project, the half bath can become the room where all the "crazy" ideas became reality. Allow yourself to explore the creative side and be ready to fall in love.
The glass tiles behind the mirror give the room a royal appeal that is not overdone with the contrast of the grass cloth wallpaper.
The ceiling to floor mural behind the toilet gives the illusion of a larger room and adds a fun appeal.
The minimalist design allows the half bath to feel wider. The light walls provide cluster free look.
The wallpaper in this bathroom is extravagant, and since the space is small, keeping the coloring pattern similar allows for a put together look.
A little color never hurt anyone. Keeping it simple by using color accents instead of the main event.
The half bath can be used as the artistic escape. Especially if the bathroom is hidden away, allow yourself to explore with design and color.
This is a cool use of corrugated sheet metal in a half bath. It provides an underground feel.
Adding a bold color gives the bathroom a pop and keeps things interesting.
The use of different size tile and coordinated color allows the half bath to feel welcoming.
Fun wallpaper gives the bathroom a whimsical look.
Lighting can be extravagant in a small bathroom, providing a unique experience.
The use of a light wallpaper and adding a pop pf color with the sink allows the bathroom to feel fresh. The lighting gives it a great creative appeal.