Hidden Spaces in Your Small Bathroom
Creating space in your small bathroom means looking in unexpected places and making bold choices.
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The four walls of your bathroom are a box, and you have permission to think outside them. In fact, you can make holes in them. "Making use of the space inside the walls is one of the best ways to maximize storage in a small bath," Barnard says. This bath captures interior wall space for a shampoo and soap niche.
If you're working with an existing bath rather than remodeling or adding, you may not want to disturb a tiled bath or shower surround. But a space over a toilet or sink that's covered in drywall may present an opportunity for chic, seamless recessed shelving.
Today's bathroom sink and faucet choices go far beyond the options homeowners once had. Here's a look at bath fixtures to...
Thanks to clever repurposing, its use of reclaimed materials and a bold color palette, this 60-square-foot Tinseltown bathroom...(17 photos)
Designer Jennifer Jones transforms a small, cramped bathroom into an open and functional space by rearranging the floor plan...(5 photos)