Updating small bathrooms
A 7-foot framed mirror, hung horizontally, spans the entire length of the room and reflects the ladder towel rack, which adds storage without taking up floor space.This small bathroom remodel was constrained by bedrooms on either side, so it wasn't possible to increase square footage.The size of this room called attention to an eyesore: an off-center, aluminum-framed window.A floor-to-ceiling Shoji screen took care of that by concealing the flaw, while letting light through.With the help of a few clever fixtures, lightings, colors and accessories, a good small bathroom design would allow you to get all the luxuries and comforts that you want.
The walk-in shower enclosure almost disappears making you feel you are in a glass box.
To make the space feel roomier, white marble tile and several mirrored surfaces wrap the room.
Floor-to-ceiling cabinets add height, while a glass shower wall eliminates the visual barrier of a shower curtain or doors. This guest bath features a custom miniature sideboard topped with a rich red travertine counter and copper vessel sink.
If you happen to have a small bathroom in your home, don’t consider yourself unlucky.
You just need to design it in a way that it doesn’t seem like a cubby hole.