1,019 expanding Bathroom Design Photos

Chic Decor & Design, Margarida Oliveira
20 Reviews
Bathroom Reno in the Kingsway
Ideabooks6,962
Questions11
Expanded mirror - technique to make a small bathroom look bigger
expanding the mirror over yhe vanity in small spaces
Expand the mirror. In the tightest spaces, having a mirror stretch across the wall instead of just the vanity can
8. Expand the mirror. In the tightest spaces, having a mirror stretch across the wall instead of just the vanity can enable two people to use it at once. In less-than-ideal space conditions, every inch helps.
8. Expand the mirrorIn the tightest spaces, having a mirror stretch across the wall instead
“Possible for master bath” — ruthannlubin
Dunlap Design Group, LLC
5 Reviews
Powder Room
Ideabooks10,890
Questions13
into seeing expanded space. The square footage might stay the same, but the bathroom will feel bigger.
A large-scale pattern, like this wide stripe, can trick the eye into seeing expanded space.
Use a large-scale pattern. A large-scale pattern, like this wide stripe, can trick the eye into seeing expanded space. The square footage might stay the same, but the bathroom will feel bigger.
Design Group, LLCSave to IdeabookEmail Photo 6. Use a large-scale pattern. A large-scale pattern, like this wide stripe, can trick the eye into seeing expanded space. The square footage might stay the same, but the bathroom will feel bigger.
6. Use a large-scale pattern. A large-scale pattern, like this wide stripe, can trick the eye into seeing expanded space. The square footage might stay the same, but the bathroom will feel bigger. How to paint perfect stripes
“Colors and update” — n2it
Charco DESIGN & BUILD Inc.
12 Reviews
Bathroom remodel
Ideabooks6,587
Questions6
Brady Architectural Photography
“Cabinet. Subway tile.” — schua101
Charco DESIGN & BUILD Inc.
12 Reviews
Bathroom remodel
Ideabooks3,153
Questions6
Brady Architectural Photography
“Cabinets” — kelewat
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Transforming a modular shower into a fabulous custom shower with skylight
Ideabooks6,212
Questions3
This former modular shower was expanded by carving additonal space out of a storage space above the stairs and lifting the ceiling to allow the skylight. Antique Delft tiles collected over time by the client were integrated into the tile field and Danby marble serves as both the shelf and threshold
This former modular shower was expanded by carving additonal space out of a storage space above the stairs and lifting the ceiling to allow the skylight. Antique Delft tiles collected over
expand W's shower into linen closet?
roofline so that we could add the skylight," Smith says. She also borrowed a bit of space that had formerly been a storage space over the stairs to expand the shower stall.
“Tile idea with great floor” — pgdiver
carde reimerdes
1 Review
carde reimerdes
Ideabooks7,045
Questions10
some sense of division. 4. Flat mirror plus narrow sink. A regular mirror instead of a medicine cabinet has two benefits: its slim profile visually expands the space, and it allows for a narrower sink profile than a fat medicine cabinet sticking out above.
some sense of division.4. Flat mirror plus narrow sink. A regular mirror instead of a medicine cabinet has two benefits: its slim profile visually expands the space, and it allows for a narrower sink profile than a fat medicine cabinet sticking out above.
“Tiny bath” — tatechri
Murdock Solon Architects
3 Reviews
Kelly Solon
Ideabooks8,451
Questions9
open space, a floating vanity can help visually expand your room. Sometimes a vanity needs to float due to a room's heating needs. In-floor heating requires a freestanding or floating vanity (rather than
If you love open space, a floating vanity can help visually expand your room. Sometimes a vanity needs to float due to a room's heating needs. In-floor heating requires a freestanding or floating vanity (rather than
“vanity” — pinarizza
Nelson Wilson Interiors
Closet to Bathroom Conversion
Ideabooks18,972
Questions21
opposite ends and kept the fixtures shallow. Graceful sconces and subway tile walls draw the eye upward; a mirror with a Greek key pattern on the frame expands the room visually.
“mirror and lights” — landingslady
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