From wall mounted toilets to mirrored paneling, check these great ideas for small-space design ideas & storage solutions for bathrooms.
Install a Trough Sink
Trough sinks have a low profile. When wall mounted, they free up floor space as well for storage or foot traffic.
Install a Wall Mounted Toilet
A wall-mounted unit replaced a standard toilet to create more floor area. Mirrors and glass also give illusion of space.
Extend the Counter Over the Toilet
The extended counter creates just enough space for a few needed items. Toilet placement is not affected, and the look is minimalist and clean.
Create More Space with a Console Sink
A console sink provides space for storage underneath and allows natural light to flood through the bathroom.
Maximise Your Recess Storage
Use all your nooks to tuck shelves into. Even 6-inch-wide shelves can be enough storage for toiletries, washcloths & extra soap.
Mount the Towel Bar on a Door
When space is at a minimum, mounting a towel bar on the shower door keeps towels handy.
Use a Short Shower Curtain
A short Shower curtain doesnt swallow floor space and allows more freedom for foot traffic.
Wall Mounted Faucets
Mounting a faucet on the wall allows for a narrower sink or vanity, which in turn frees up square footage in the total bathroom.
Use Mirrored Paneling
Mirrors are the oldest trick in the book for making a small space feel bigger – these were isntalled using mirror glue.
Tissue Paper Divider Wall
By using your toilet supplies as a divider wall you can benefit from extra storage whilst having a little bit of fun!
All in One Wet Room
Bath in Alcove
Big Patterns for Small Rooms
Book Shelf above Door
Claw Foot Bath to Save Floor Space
Coat Hooks for Towels
Continuous Run of Tiles creates a Spacious Feel
Door Hung Towel Rails
Exposed Brickwork Feature Wall
Mirrored Wall gives Depth
Recessed Soap Tray
Skylight to Maximise Light
Space Saving Wash basin
Wall Hung Storage
Wall Mounted Sink
White Painted Wood Panelling
Wicker Basket for Toiletries Storage