Expand the look and feel of a narrow bath by replacing a space-hogging vanity with a pedestal or wall-mount sink. A quiet color scheme and eye-catching diamond pattern on the floor make a great background for this pint-size bathroom.
Bathroom Sink Storage: Utilize the available space under a pedestal sink by adding a wicker basket or antique shelf to store items. A wooden step stool or a pretty trash can would make good use of the space, too.
Bathroom Wainscoting and gorgeous paint color - this could be a good approach to remodeling the master bath . wainscot over the wallpaper instead of stripping and painting the walls. I like the tall wainscoting.
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Under the eaves shower. Building a shower under the sloping roofline conceals the eave's protrusion into the room. It also preserves space for other amenities, such as the tub. Floor tiling in the room and the shower ties the spaces together.
We all have that one bathroom in our home that feels like the inside of a sardine can when you walk in. Here are 8 of the best ways to make your tiny bathroom look bigger, all of which won’t completely break the bank.