Research has shown that using more of dark colors in a small bathroom makes it look and feel smaller but the reverse is the case when you add lighter colors. If the cabinetry in the bathroom is brown, you can visually enlarge the space by going for tiles that are of light color, may be the same as the bathtub and also have brown designs. Ensure that the tiles you opt for are larger in size as this helps to make the space look larger.
A large piece of artwork hung on the wall might be a possibility, even in your small bathroom. But it might not be, either. Just because you don’t have a free wall, though, doesn’t mean art should be absent from your bathroom. Think outside the box, as does this swirling gem of artistry on the toilet bowl itself.
Bathroom renovations are undisputedly one of the few home improvements that will see a good return on investment when it’s time for resale. Some trends come and go, but clean, modern bathroom decor is here to stay. If you can’t afford a full bathroom redo, incorporating some of the latest innovations in fixtures or tile can upgrade a dated bathroom to a more functional and modern decor.