Transform your bathroom with big and small ideas from across our network.
Limited space doesn't have to limit creativity. This tiny bath maxes out with super style using a bold mirror and festive
See how one MyHomeIdeas staffer took her bath from outdated to cutting edge on a tight budget.
Look at Abbi’s successful bathroom transformation. Check out how she pulled it all off and came in under her original budget.
This vintage tub and eye-opening tilework reflect a retro spirit. Vivid green and turquoise subway tiles echo the color scheme
of the rest of this beach house.
A trip to Italy sparked Zach Rosen’s interest in sleek interiors. He was 10. At 14, he conceived a plan for a gleaming remodel of his bathroom. He struck a cost-sharing deal with his parents, and then started work.
A stainless steel vessel sink is the room’s focal point. A dramatic wall faucet was installed through an opening in the mirror.
Black granite in 12-inch squares is a glistening complement to the fixtures. Zach is tall, so he installed a kitchen-cabinet
base instead of a shorter bathroom vanity.
A mom-and-daughter team sought to transform this dated bath in their 1920s home.
The finished product has a truly vintage feel and clean lines. Pink tile and unsightly floral wallpaper were replaced with
fresh blue beaded board and white paint.
These dowdy small spaces needed big help. With some creativity and hard work, they were given a much-needed makeover to restore their original cottage charm as well as up-to-date conveniences.
New gleaming fixtures, sleek white subway tiles, beaded-board paneling, and decoupage map wallpaper transformed this dingy
old bathroom to a light, bright room.
Homeowners transformed their drab guest bedroom into the bathroom of their dreams. The renovation was easy because no walls had to be removed and only one door was closed off. After that, the space was quickly turned into a relaxing retreat.
A black pedestal tub was placed next to the window, creating an ideal spot for soaking in the sunlight. The breezy white shower
curtain hanging from a rod above the tub blends in nicely with the sheer curtains on the window.
Don’t go overboard with your bathroom plans. The ideal bathroom serves as a refuge -- it's no place for fussiness. Scale down
the variables to establish a soothing atmosphere, and stick to your budget.
A sea of blue carpet covered the floor and the sides of the tub like overflowing water. The tub itself, a swirling design of aqua and white, resembled a bar of Zest soap.
A freestanding tub is a shapely replacement for the old one. The floor is now neutral travertine. An added luxury: The contractor
installed an electric heating mat under the tile.
Browse the bathrooms that inspire us, and get a variety of ideas to create your own fantasy retreat. From modern luxury to
low-key charm, we assembled all of our favorites to jump-start your bathroom makeovers.
The trick is to turn the challenges of designing a powder room -- the small size, the all-too-common lack of windows -- into
opportunities. Use the space to display art that is better viewed at close range, to experiment with layered lighting, or
to hang a striking antique mirror. Most importantly -- make a statement.
Old green wallpaper darkened and enclosed an already tight area. The main fixtures -- the tub and toilet on one side, a pedestal sink and small cabinet on the other -- consumed the space.
The designers opened up the room by removing the old sink and installing a new limestone vanity in the corner, where it could
become a focal point without blocking traffic. Out went the shutters, exposing the sleek steel-framed window and increasing
the natural light. A low wall at the end of the tub screens the toilet and serves as a display surface.
Before you embark on a bathroom renovation, learn the common goals for every project, no matter the budget, style, or location.
We promise to ease the pain of the makeover.
Think about your space. Are you planning to update an existing powder room, transform a full bath into a half, or carve out
a new spot within an existing floor plan? A larger space may have more design leeway, but in a tiny room, every item must
function, fit, and contribute to the aesthetic.