12,456 office small space Bath Design Photos

Archipelago Hawaii Luxury Home Designs
15 Reviews
Waikiki Chic
Ideabooks2,922
Questions2
Lovely! What is the dimensions vanity & toilet space? Tks!
the vanity countertop is 23.25” deep. There are 36.75” between the vanity countertop and the countertop over the hidden washer and dryer The toilet space is 30” wide. There is a 30” clearance between the front of the toilet and the shower door.
small bath but lots of counter space
“washer & dryer cabinet” — wija01
Sequined Asphault Studio Photography
3 Reviews
House in Rye
Ideabooks2,418
Questions6
Small vanity with step down depth . Idea may work well near shower..
recessed wall cabinets and shelving can take advantage of hollow spaces behind drywall. Take this bathroom, for example. Wide shelves provide the storage needed for it to function properly without taking away any valuable floor space.
“Поля ванная” — luchianov
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks10,867
Questions5
Tub room -- Clean, simple, nothing required to enhance the space. Simply a tub with a view and an architect wise enough to maximize the experience of both.
The previous space was designed for contemplation, but this small nook was made for soaking. Clean, simple, nothing required to enhance the space. Simply a tub with a view and an architect wise enough to maximize the experience of
Connect with the land. Add large windows wherever you can to get a glimpse of blue sky and green open spaces. If you live in a small urban house, look up: Skylights are the perfect windows to the open expanse above.
“lamp” — vivian1925
Amory Brown
Putney, Loft Conversion
Ideabooks729
Questions1
Creating a bathroom out of very little space by eliminating doors.
Sliding doors to the bathroom to save and open up space
sliding doorsIt’s easy to forget that wherever there’s a door, it needs space to open. In a small room, this can severely limit your design options. These sliding glass doors to the en suite allow for the best use of the space. Pushed back, the comfortable bed and stylish bathroom sit happily together
“Perfect guest suite” — Amanda Mendez
Brownhouse Design, Los Altos, CA
9 Reviews
Brownhouse Design
Ideabooks16,210
Questions9
Example of extra space around tub
Everything. Big tub with lots of space for candles & soaps .....
Built in to its own separate space/room
I love the idea of a recessed nook. I adore the counter space around the tub. The windows left untreated
Small tiles around tub
small tiles...small mosaic tile
“Accents around the tub” — nidifer
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Rox Residence
Ideabooks16,144
Questions20
Genius use of space! Who made your tub, sink & vanity?
The tub fits so perfectly in this space. What is the tub size?
White and clean, not much space needed
Layout for small bathroom. Remove screen between bath and shower?
combo - but with a big window? saves space
The master bath was only about 8 feet wide, and the client wanted to include a freestanding bathtub."It was very tricky space, because it's actually fairly small for a master," Meisels says. She solved the tub problem by placing it in the shower stall. "Though it's a bit tight, we still wanted it to
“Restroom” — dominicjcastro
TQ Construction Ltd
5 Reviews
Deer Lake Renovation
Ideabooks1,191
Questions5
Perfect 2 sinks side by side with drawer space at the bottom
double sinks small space
double sink//small space
Double sink in small space
Sink Mirror Space below sink
Dbl sink sml space...small window
“colour scheme” — harminder_mudhar
Tiffany Eastman Interiors, LLC
Greenwich Residence
Ideabooks78,338
Questions68
A suggestion! Why not give dimensions of all small bathroom designs.
I have a space that is 45 inches wide that I would love to use as a vanity/dressing area but i don't have much depth. could you tell me what you think is the minimum
Sorry I mean 2-33" vanities with a 26" drop down make up counter in the center. Total space I have is 92" in order to have adequate space between the vanities and the freestanding tub.
really depends on how long the vanity is.....if having the sconces on the back wall interfers with the mirror because the mirror would end up being too small, then I would put them on the sides....from my experience though, you get better light when they are on the back wall usually.....
“Bathroom” — lesliekalo
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