Elizabeth, September 10th, 2013. Bathroom, Bathroom for Limited Space.
Not everyone has opportunity to buy large lot or large apartment. Some of them must live in the small house or apartment and to handle this situation every room should conform to these limited spaces. To design small bathroom we have to carefully when choose and place bathroom furniture and bathroom fixtures. Unsuitable furniture or wrongly placing furniture will make the room more stuffed. A small room should designated to look more spacious.
First step is to decide what kind of bathroom shower you want to install. There are two type of bathroom shower: wet bathroom shower and dry bathroom shower. Dry bathroom shower need a larger room than the wet one because you have to find place to put shower and not to wetting another area. Second, paint the bathroom with bright color such as white or cream to make the room look larger. Place the right furniture in the right places, don’t consume too much space for one item because it may make the room look crowded. If it possible to use multifunction furniture, for example a vanity can be a place for bath tool storage and a place for makeup, use it to reduce utilization of many furniture. On the other side if you don’t have space to install vanity, you can install towel rack to replace it. It is also saving more space.
The key of designing small bath room is the efficiency in using space. Here are some small bathroom works created by famous architects. Architect Jonathan Feldman has ability to maximizing utilization space of small bathroom. Place in the long narrow space, Feldman created deep window shelf giving way sunlight come to the room. It makes the room look spacious and have serenity. He cleverly place tub utilize the width of the room. Architect Sarah Susankautilize the wall and redesign it into a combination of a novel window and mirror. It makes narrow bathroom seem larger. This simplicity arrangement didn’t reduce the function of bathroom, it even use the space wisely.
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