half-bathroom-ideas

ALEC HEMER

Your half bathroom is probably one of the smallest spaces in your house, but that doesn’t mean it’s the easiest space to decorate. Because it’s frequented by company, you want it to look as nice and inviting as the other not-so-common areas in you’re home, but you’re unsure what to do and where to start. Relax! Look at this small space as a design challenge—a compact space that can be the perfect testing ground for all those new design ideas you’ve been itching to try.
The possibilities are endless. You can spruce up a boring space with one of these bathroom paint colors or make a bold statement with these cool and whimsical ways to add wallpaper to your bathroom. The makeover doesn’t have to take forever! Even if you’re looking to overhaul your half bathroom from top to bottom (via bright bathroom lighting ideas or cool bathroom tile ideas) the space is small, so the transformation will happen relatively quickly . From there, you can take on some projects involving small-bathroom storage ideas and more general bathroom organization ideas. With a little love—and a lot of moxie—this small space may become your new favorite room in the house!

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Worldly Wallpaper

Inspire your guests’ next vacation by covering the walls of your half bathroom with map-inspired wallpaper.

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Z-Brace Yourself

Fresh paint colors lighten up the half bathroom in this rustic barn that features Z-brace style lower cabinets.

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Dressed Up Digs

Add a feminine touch to your farmhouse half bath by hanging a ticking stripe fabric skirt below your vanity.

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All-White Washroom

There’s no question that your half bath is clean when the walls, sink, toilet, and tile are this bright white!

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Pretty Powder Room

The ultimate recipe for a springy half bathroom? Floral wallpaper, a distressed turquoise chest, and a vintage brass mirror.

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Storage on the Side

Add extra storage to your half bath with a vintage rolling cart that can house toiletries, towels, and more.

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Blue Ribbon Bathroom

A navy paint finish on reclaimed wood walls and a vanity base creates a cozy half bathroom that’s more sultry than stuffy.

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Warm Neutral Washroom

Off-white subway tiles, a beige storage cabinet, and cream-colored wall art soften up the space in this half bathroom.

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Punchy Purple

For small space half bathrooms, add storage outside the room, like these bright purple cabinets that feature punch tin doors.

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Plant Privacy

A big open window lets lots of natural light into this half bathroom, while an oversized bush outside keeps things concealed.

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Fresh Green Finishes

A repurposed chest and vintage oil portraits pop against bright green wallpaper in this quirky half bathroom.

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Stand-Out Sink

Swap a pedestal sink for a utility sink to add a rustic touch to an otherwise shabby chic half bathroom.

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Cozy Quilt

Keep your half bathroom country and cozy by displaying a red-and-white quilt as a wall covering in an otherwise overlooked space.

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Renovated Restroom

Fun printed tiles and a new vessel sink add modern touches to this half bathroom without stripping away its country charm.

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Black & White & Red All Over

This half bathroom feels crisp and clean with a black bucket-style sink, sailor-inspired stripe wallpaper, and pops of red from the pendant light and storage stool.

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Salvaged Soda Storage

Repurpose a vintage soda cooler cart into a fun half bathroom decorating idea by adding plumbing and a wall faucet.

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Weathered Washroom

Almost everything in this distressed half bathroom is reclaimed—from the wooden walls to the bucket-style sink.

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Spruce It Up

Graphic patterned wallpaper and large brass wall sconces make this half bathroom feel so much more sophisticated.

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Mixed Materials

A shiplap wall, a wood-rimmed mirror, and a concrete sink: The only thing these items have in common is how great they look together.

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Urn Your Stripes

A floral-inspired powder room goes the extra mile by replacing a plain pedestal sink with a stone garden urn.

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