7 Small Bathroom Layouts
Learn some design secrets for remodeling a small bathroom floorplan layout without breaking the bank.
Small baths can be changed radically while keeping the same footprint. All it takes is some creative redesign of the existing layout. Here are some tips for choosing the right lighting, showers, and sinks for your bathroom remodel when you don’t have a lot of space.
Have you ever noticed how pulling the shower curtain back in a small bathroom gives the room a lift? It’s like turning on a light after a long blackout. More and more designers these days are ditching shower curtains and traditional shower doors in favor of wet areas with floor drains. It’s like leaving the light on without burning a bulb. Here are four of our favorites.
Three transformed baths show how radically a little room can be changed within the same footprint. A gloomy bath sheds its claustrophobic character without losing a single wall.
A good layout is key to a successful bath remodel. Former Fine Homebuilding editor Scott Gibson explains why in this excerpt from his book, Bathroom Ideas that Work.
Shower designs for small spaces shouldn’t mean limited water-flow. Updating an older bathroom to create a more comfortable and appealing space within the existing footprint. On these renovation projects, bathroom dimensions of 5 ft. by 8 ft. and 6 ft. by 9 ft. are common. Here are some tips for choosing the right shower design for your space.
In much the same way that the kitchen has become more than just a room to prepare meals and more of a place that accommodates the gathering of the whole family, the master bath has become more than just a bathroom in recent years. How do you make this room a pleasant place to start the day without breaking the bank? Here are six suggestions that can help you to plan that perfect bath.
Bathroom remodels are among the most expensive changes you can make to your house, especially when you start moving fixtures around. With that in mind, architect Russell Hamlet kept the floor plans intact for both the upstairs and downstairs baths in this house, concentrating instead on improving the fixtures, finishes, and lighting.
This article highlights the advantages of using stand-alone sinks, rather than one adjoined to a vanity cabinet, in small bathrooms. Pedestal, console, and wall-mounted sinks can free up a lot of space and make your bathroom feel bigger. Learn how to compensate for the lack of counter space without feeling compromised, and read our guidelines for placing wall-mounted storage accessories and utilities to maximize accessibility and style.
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