Interior design for small bathroom from Scotty Curthoys
Small Bathroom Storage
Storage space is at a premium in smallish toilets. See how to maximize the space you have with a couple of clever tricks.
Add Little Luxuries
A toilet must be practical. But no matter the size, there's always room for unique touches to generate character and joy. This smallish toilet enjoys considerable storage, thanks to built in cabinetry and also a recessed wall niche (not shown). Here, a tiny bench located alongside the shower gives convenient stowaway space for towels and soaps as well as a place to take a seat.
Find the Right Size
Occasionally a tiny footprint orders layout choices. And scale and percentage are variables that are vital when working in a tiny space such as this one. A tiny vanity is the perfect (and just) fit in this powder room. A vintage- container sink and style faucet ensure the small counter space stays clutter-free.
Take advantage of a tiny room by streamlining: Create the space to be elongated by lines that are long, interrupted. This toilet could be narrow but it's certainly big on style. Part of its own appeal comes in the clean lines of the double console sinks and open dressing tables. With small countertop area, there is less chance to produce jumble, so the room is more prone to remain tidy and neat.
Show Off Details and Craftsmanship
In a room that is tiny, every detail gets seen, so focus on luxury features along with quality craftsmanship. This stylish dressing table is infused with enchanting details on the vanity doors, along with the paneling and graphic ledge of the room. Shimmering classic and a marble countertop -inspired hardware add a sense of extravagance.
Keep It Simple
Straightforward lines. Fundamental colors as well as designs. Thin furnishings. These layout ideas can make every one of the difference when trying to enlarge a small space. This streamlined bathroom is a study in trendy contrasts. While the clean, uninterrupted lines and rich color of the dressing table help anchor the space a neutral color scheme gives a soothing backdrop.
Does not mean it needs to be clear, just because a bathroom is small. Play for immediate impact with shades as well as textures. This miniature powder room benefits from storage that is streamlined and a neutral color scheme. The tiled flooring, featuring stones of varying sizes and colors, adds exceptional texture underfoot. A wooden mirror frame is a beautiful, nature-inspired focal point above the little dressing table.
Use Reflective Surfaces
Enlarging a small space is component delusion. Mirrors and lights are two tools that are key that, when utilized in conjunction with reflective surfaces, can produce a modest room feel bigger. This contemporary toilet uses reflective and light surfaces -- stainless steel hardware, glass light fixtures, and mirrors -- to produce a better awareness of space.
Create a Cozy Feel with Color
Selecting just one color in various colors can develop a way of coziness. Warm beige wall tiles envelop this miniature bathroom just like a hug. A richly stained wood dressing table and mirror frame put in a bit of luxury. The floor tiles that are small put in a splash of contrasting feel that keeps the space looking modern and new.