Let’s say you’re remodeling your home. And you dream of a giant, spacious bathroom like this, but that’s not going to happen because all of those bathrooms are bigger than your entire house. Sometimes, you’ve just got to work with the space that you’ve got. Fortunately, we’ve got plenty of ideas for your small bathroom that will save space — and still look beautiful. Bathroom renovations Seven Hills are dedicated to providing the most innovative designs as well as renovations for bathrooms and kitchens Sydney has.
This bathroom, spotted on Share Design, features a slim sink set into a shallow counter. There’s still a place to put your stuff while you’re getting ready, but you save about a foot over a traditional vanity.
Mirrored medicine cabinets are nothing new, but this bathroom from Homedit takes it to the next level, with a mirrored cabinet that extends the length of the vanity and helps to visually expand the room.
Mirrored walls make this bathroom from Flodeau seem a little trippy — and a lot more spacious.
With a wall-hung toilet, like this one in a bathroom from Dezeen, the tank part is recessed into the wall, which can save a few precious inches in a small space.
Instead of a curb and a typical shower door, try a frameless glass door and a curbless shower, like in this bathroom from VT Wonen. Not having walls around the shower will save a little bit of space, but the big gain will be visual — the shower will seem to disappear, making the bathroom appear much larger.
If you have less than five feet of clearance but still want a bathtub, don’t despair. Plenty of manufacturers makes tubs in sizes small than 60″. Also, a glass panel can block spray from the shower, and take up a lot less visual space than a shower curtain and rod.
And finally, here’s a clever small bathroom solution from The Order Obsessed. Shelves fitted into a corner next to the toilet provide a lot of storage in a little space. Learn more on renovating your bathroom using others ideas.