Every inch counts. You can utilize even the smallest wall for added storage. Medicine cabinets typically can be recessed to save space. Think multifunctional. Combine functions of the bathroom if you have the space. Instead of having a laundry room, for instance, combine the bathroom and the laundry to create a larger space with more storage. Vertical storage. Going vertical can use an otherwise dead space in a bath’s walls to store tall bottles and stackable tissue boxes.
You can also find wood‐clad or panel‐clad combos if you prefer them. For saving even more space, choose a unit that combines a sink, a toilet and a storage space like a drawer or just a compartment, where you can store all the small stuff and things you need – so functional and practical. If there’s a counterop, that’s also a great idea and it can be of some contrasting color or shade to give more style to your bathroom. Such sink and toilet units are ideal for any tiny bathroom space, look at the ideas and choose something for your small bathroom, I am sure that you will find an option. Btw, you might be interested in more way optimize your bathroom’s free space. A mini bathtub and shower combo is also a very intersting solution.
Now serving as a bathroom vanity, this sewing table holds an antique machine as a decorative touch. A Murano vessel sink and long‐neck faucet add height to the vanity, while two drop‐leaf sides add extra surface space as needed. Take an old chest of drawers and add a sink, faucets and plumbing, and presto, you have a bathroom vanity. This antique pine bureau is now living a second life, with a curved overmount bowl that complements its soft lines. A cabinet is any box‐shaped piece of furniture with doors or drawers — in this case just the one door. This little rough‐and‐ready cabinet‐turned‐vanity adds a rustic touch to a soft and sweet country‐style bathroom.
To make a bathroom appear larger, skip wall‐to‐wall cabinets and open up the space. A good way to do this is by building a bathroom counter or vanity that appears to float. Another way to get the look is by skipping the traditional cabinet vanity base and using a sofa table with open shelving below. Make sure the table is a minimum of 16 deep to fit your sink. Integrated sinks are built into, and of the same material, as the bathroom counter.
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