No matter the size, remodeling a small bathroom is a big project. It can be compared to kitchen remodeling in terms of pain, misery, dust, cost, and unmet-timetables. So, it pays off to think outside the box a little: to find ways to ease the misery. Before starting you should think what you like your bathroom to be like: relaxing or energizing? Do you want it to have a classic, timeless look or a contemporary, trendy style or simple clean modern look? Do you want your tiny bathroom feel larger? Here are few tips:Wash your walls in a pale shade to make a small bathroom feel airy. Choose a tone that is similar to the flooring or fixtures to really brighten and open the room. And paint the ceiling the same color as the walls.Embrace a small space such as a powder room. Paint its walls and even the ceiling a deep, elegant color, and treat it like royalty.Paint an accent color on the ceiling to draw the eye upward, making a room feel taller.Coat the walls of a large bathroom with a dark hue to add cozy depth. This effect is especially warm and inviting in a spacious master bath. If you hesitate to paint the walls too dark, add a darker value to the ceiling to create the illusion that the room is smaller.