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Dark colors or bold patterns, like this graphic lattice wallpaper, add dimension and a bit of fun.
Stick to a soft neutral or white color palette for the walls and fixtures to maximize light then mix in just the right amount of color with the shower curtain, towels or accessories.
In this bright and cheery basement bathroom, designed by Sarah Richardson, a classic pedestal sink creates the illusion of extra square footage while a bright-white palette keeps the teeny-tiny space from feeling cramped.
Relocating the toilet to the rear wall and adding a wall-mounted sink maximizes the space.
The glass mosaic tile feature wall adds movement and draws attention to the high ceilings and skylight.