Bathroom designs for very small spaces from Santiago Le Hunte
13.02.2017 12:34

Try a Trendy Oval Sink

In a Lake Martin, Alabama, lake house bathroom designed by Bill Ingram, an oval- is softer — more like a bowl — and gives you more counter space when compared to a square.

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Know Where to Save on Space

Should you will need a big bath (it is the sole method you'll be able to unwind) then make sure you're saving space elsewhere. Here, designer Amanda Reilly incorporated built-in shelves into the wall behind the tub for merchandises and towels.

Add a Trough Sink

Large families understand that twin sinks come in handy. Just envision using this workhorse right before bedtime. The big trough sink in a boys' toilet can accommodate three children at once, with step stools to coincide.

Extend Shelving

Make up for a nonexistent linen closet with a shape that is tactical. A whole two feet deep to fit towels are measured by the mirrored medicine cabinet in a New York apartment. The ledges inside are staggered around the pipes, along with a custom vanity hides laundry bins.

Stock Up on Woven Baskets

Under-mounted twin sinks were a sleek choice for this modern master bathroom, but the lack of cabinetry cut back on storage space. Oversized bins do the trick with a lot of room for fluffy towels.

Don't Block the Shower From Sight

Sure, most people opt for dark curtain or a foggy glass to block the shower from view. But designer Amy Meier picked for glass doors, which makes the shower abruptly to feel like livable square footage again.

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Choose an Unusual Accent Color

Chrome shower accessories, like the door handle, knobs and even drain (!) add decorative elements to the bathroom, which enables the room layout as a whole to feel clean and open (but not overwhelming).

Ditch the Built-In Vanity

Sometimes that giant storage unit is simply not worth the bulk. Here, a classic table with open shelving feels more slender and adds an airiness to the space.

Don't Underestimate a Well-Placed Ledge

If your toilet doesn't have a built in dressing table, elect for a knowledgeable ledge right above the sink. This will hold all your daily essentials (toothpaste, soap) but won't take up as much floor space as a large piece of furniture.

Stash Bottles in Niches

You can add a bulky shower but little cubbies look so much cuter. In Justina Blakeney's "Jungalow," a trio of alcoves keep soaps and sponges within arm's reach.


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