By Florentin Marjolaine. Bathroom. Published at Monday, January 29th, 2018 - 13:40:28 PM.
Alternatively, add depth to a narrow bathroom with a feature wall. One block colour or exposed bricks work well. Don’t be afraid to try dark colours. They will add an elegant and opulent touch to a small bathroom. Bathroom storage is also essential for keeping clutter at bay.
A small bathroom can be stylish, practical and, with the right know-how, space-efficient. Make a small bathroom look infinitely bigger with neutral colours that run along the floor, up the walls and even continue onto the bath and loo. This will create a feeling of never ending space, rather than breaking up the bathroom into separate areas, which can make the room feel boxed in.
Where space is tight, opt for an over-shower bath that delivers the best of both worlds. Rather than positioning your shower against the short side of the bath, try placing it along the longer side for a more luxe feel. Use a bold tile design around the bath to contrast with the rest of the room.
The previous layout of the bathroom didn’t incorporate much storage at all, and, with a growing family, the owners wanted to rectify this to make the room work for their needs. The bath sits in front of an alcove which is a bit of a wasted space, so they asked the builder to put in a cupboard higher up the wall.
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