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Island integrates structural support (or what could be)
Very small toilet room could work in many bathrooms
Decorative column divides space but opens room to next and could hide structural support
Dining chairs with thin legs could open up standard dining room as well
Hide small but open study in main room with slight arched gateway to set it off
Very tiny bedroom feels spacious
Example that putting bed halfway into a large bay doesn't inherently look too weird to consider
Narrow room cozy but with circulation through room to outside
Example of how much more visually compact circle chairs with legs can be
Shower as interior window and deep tub in tiny bathroom
Option of using dresser double duty as one bedside lamp table
Outdoor looking furniture can increase outdoor feel of 3-season type room
Range backsplash and support column as part of island and framed with arch
Corner entry glass shower can look balanced and reduce required circulation space
Modern Accessories And Decor
Contemporary look for enclosed built ins with shiny wood. Could be bookcases. Integrates tv.
Integrated snug fit vent hood looks much tidier
Water feature and bench that could work well in small space
Continue inside to outside with indoor looking tile surface outside
Fun mid century vibe. Light feel. Headboard on wall.
Glass toilet enclosure
Awesome tiny bathroom. Light panels.
Interior window to bathroom.
Exposed brick with holes. Exposed beams.
Highly compact kitchen without feeling like you're trapped if working in it.
Chair design very light weight.
Great shower layout for small bathroom where toilet faces door and standard size tub on the side.
Interesting Coss between galley and l kitchen.
This is what I think of when I think of early 80s. I think one part of it is the overtly fake antique look with dark woods that does it. Still earthy colors like 70s but not mod designs. Later 80s got lighter look - more miami vice and Patrick Nagel posters.
Tasteful late 70s to early 80s transition to my eyes.
How pottery barn might have taken the edge off the best of the mid80s
Narrow but usable dining table with chairs that aren't oversized
Very tasteful late 70s look to me exempt I'm not feeling the white cabinets.
Wow the worst of early and late 80s and it almost works. Faux Antique styles throughout featuring miami vice colors, glass and steel coffee table with white antique legs, and is that a black velvet print in an antique mirror frame?
Love the couch. Those screw on conic legs in that wood color are iconic to me. Nice blend of 60s an 70s for me.
Love the dining chairs and coffee table.
70s dining table and chairs that look very practical and tasteful to me. Not over kitschy.
Sheet glass with color behind it could be cheap shower wall.
Spacious and pretty for tiny shower.
Could squeeze something similar into 5x5 bath (standard tub plus stealing closet) with windows into adjacent rooms.
Would work as high interior window to bring in more light.
L shaped bench is good idea.
Frosted glass could be interior window.
Shows option to move sink in say 5x10 renovation by making the shower circulation space in effect.
Example of extreme diagonal I had contemplated.
Dig the shower lighting.
Shower transoms. Not sure what to think.
Glass block interior window wall could let in light from stair skylight.
Could use lighting and sheer drapes to enhance interior window to bathroom.
Wonder if that look is possible with artificial light above shower.
Interior wall of windows styled a little like exterior wall.
Question to self: what dimensions do you need to comfortably include soaking tub in shower? Could it double as anything else? 5x5 would not be enough it seems.