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Walk in shower for small bathroom from Scotty Curthoys

July 5 2017 , Written by Scotty Curthoys

Double Up

Consider placing showering and bathing stations within one enclosure when toilet space is at a premium. The homeowners tucked a tiny soaking tub in the walk in shower to optimize a minimal quantity of floor space. The two-in-one design keeps splashing water and wet footprints from vanity and commode areas.

Custom sliding shower doors

Simplify Forms

Narrow toiletry and this profiled base sink ledge stylishly take the place of a dressing table that is cumbersome. The marble-tiled walls and ceiling elevate the toilet that is just furnished.

Get Creative

Before you're in a position to fit in each one of your desired comforts, reconsider toilet space that is accessible. This little toilet layout tucks a tub between the windowed wall along with a streamlined walk-in shower; the washroom stretches outside bathing experience to supply a complete- behind the shower.

Go Long

Align bathing and showering stations on the longest wall of a little bathroom. A shared palette of stuff as well as colors furthers the link between bath and the shower.

Reach Beneath

Design a walk in shower that takes advantage of your small toilet's architectural oddities. Tucking a shower enabled these homeowners to fit a walk in shower near light-inviting windows inside their little toilet. Another advantage: Adding the shower created an interior wall that accommodates a second dressing table.

Be Space-Savvy

Expand the utility of a little toilet by designing a walk in shower that delivers a solid wall or walls for placing dressing tables or baths. Seemingly an extension of the bathroom's plank-clad walls, this knee wall adapts a shallow vanity with a mirrored door. White painted walls, the shower's glass enclosure and tiled walls, and reflective surfaces encourage light to maneuver around the space, inducing the small toilet to seem more roomy.

Raise See-Through Walls

Enclose a walk in shower with a glass enclosure that is seamless. The clear impediments let natural light flow between the toilet and shower, which then makes a tiny bathroom reside bigger than its dimensions and take up little space that is visual. The unbiased tiled walls of this toilet continue into the walk-in shower to help the space-stretching illusion.

Fashion a Focal Point

Add a walk in shower that improves the usefulness and beauty of a tiny toilet. The glass enclosure stair-steps up a marble framework, emphasizing the shower bench plus a toiletry ledge that aligns with all the beaded-board wainscoting's upper trim.

Capture a Corner

Place a walk-in shower right into the corner of a tiny bathroom, by opting into the primary bath area for a neoangled base and glass enclosure that step, but enlarge the showering space. This walkin shower layout that is 's neoangled expanded the square footage of the shower, giving the homeowners space for adding a built-in bench.

Invite in Light

Position your walk-in shower near a window or beneath a skylight so you could bask in sunbeams or gaze upon twinkling stars. This walkin shower boasts a clerestory window and a glass door that permit natural light to stream in and from the shower. Thanks to its placement, the shower becomes a different room that really doesn't clutter up the little toilet's sight lines or impede traffic flow.

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