They say good things come in small packages. If you have ever sulked that the tiny proportions of your bathroom are just too restrictive in which to create a vision of beauty, and an air of stylish triumph, then think again and read on…
Introducing a splash of nature into a tiny washroom is a superb way to encourage a feeling of open and airy space. A zing of bright green against a clean white and earthy slate gray backdrop works wonders, with just a splash of wood tone thrown in for warmth and texture.
Tiny mosaic tiles create a feeling of increased wall space, as it takes many, many of the little tiles to fill the expanse! You can also feel smug that your small wall space will cost a lot less to cover than a larger bathroom, so you can go edge to edge for a fully indulgent look.
Stripes can also help distract the eye from true proportions.
All of the above via Rusu Ruslan
When going built-in with your vanity unit, consider curves. This sweeping vanity station is so much fun against the glossy ceramic purple tiles, and creates masses of countertop space for all of your lotions and potions.
Above 3 via My Design Review