33 Small Bathroom Ideas to Make Your Bathroom Feel Bigger

Angela R. James

Looking for small bathroom ideas that will make the whole space seem bigger? So is most of Manhattan. The lack of square footage, limited natural light, and number of fixtures to squeeze in make a small bathroom one of the more challenging spaces to decorate. But done right, the whole room can seem brighter and more spacious. And no, you won’t have to spend a zillion dollars to carve a window into the wall (or call on something retro, like glass bricks).

These small bathroom ideas go beyond making the most of the available space and prove that bold design

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6 Interior Designer Workspaces – Ideas for Home Workspaces

Angela R. James

Call it ingenuity, or better yet, creative distancing: As much of the country’s workforce has shifted operations to the home front, designers are mining their own havens for the best places to set up their home offices — and relearning what is vital for tapping into their best ideas.

It turns out that natural light is as essential as connectivity and coffee, comfort is king, and no single environment (home, city, or elsewhere) holds the key to their magic. “We are agile and can be creative anywhere we need to be,” says Atlanta-based designer Susan Ferrier. “Isn’t that part

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6 of the Dreamiest Bedroom Design Ideas on Instagram

Angela R. James

Now more than ever, we’re looking to our homes for a sense of calm and serenity—and bedrooms are the ultimate sanctuary. A complete and utter respite from the outside world (or, your office/coffee table), they’re designed specifically for sleep and relaxation. While we’re tempering anxiety on the daily, turning our bedrooms into cozy hideaways is all we want right now.

Of course, there’s an art to designing a perfectly dreamy “bedscape” that’s equal parts stylish and functional. It’s not enough to simply curate an Instagram-friendly space (complete with the coziest sheets and comfiest pillows)—it should provide both mental

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4 Design Ideas to Steal From a Boutique Hotel That Expertly Balances Old and New

Angela R. James

It’s not every day that a designer gets the chance to work with a centuries-old abandoned structure and bring it back to life. But when the architecture firm of OHLAB was given the opportunity to transform a 500-year-old building into a boutique hotel in the historic center of Palma de Mallorca—the capital of the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands in Spain—they knew that they wanted to treat the sprawling property more like “the experience of visiting a house more than a hotel,” says the firm.

<div class="caption"> The bar combines a polished, mirrored ceiling with plush seating and dark-stained wood flooring. </div>

The bar combines a polished, mirrored ceiling with plush seating and dark-stained wood flooring.

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