Show Off Details and CraftsmanshipIn a room that is tiny, every detail gets discovered, so give attention to quality craftsmanship and luxury features. This stylish vanity is infused with charming details on the dressing table doors, and the room's paneling and picture ledge. Shimmering classic and a marble countertop -inspired hardware put in a feeling of luxury.
Maximize Natural LightMaximize the perceived size of a tiny bathroom by visually sharing space in the outdoors with the inside. Here, access is provided by a big window to delightful, private views. Two big mirrors hung help the little bathroom and reflect the outside view feel airy and open.
Stand-Alone StorageAdd standalone storage in your small bathroom add a lot of style and to help organization.
Install a Pocket DoorWhen space is a premium, think about a pocket door. Because the floor plan does not have to adapt a swinging door, every inch of floor and wall space can be put to good use. An exclusive toilet area fits in this bathroom, thanks to a space-saving pocket door.
Retain ViewsAn interrupted viewpoint is crucial to making a small space feel open and asking. Here, a glass surround prevents the shower from feeling cramped and dark. The line of sight stays uninterrupted, both from inside as well as outside the shower.
Keep It SimpleSimple lines. Basic patterns and colours. Sparse furnishings. When attempting to visually enlarge a small space, these design ideas can make all the difference. This streamlined bath is a study in fashionable contrasts. While the clean, uninterrupted lines and vibrant color of the dressing table help anchor the space a neutral color scheme offers a soothing backdrop.
Custom sliding shower doors