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Morris & Woodhouse Interiors llc
spaces for even the youngest child to store his goodies. Morris and her team thought the design of this basement through carefully, and even added a small bathroom so the kids wouldn't have to constantly run up and down the stairs while playing in their new play area.
My Houzz: Colorful eclectic style in a traditional New Orleans home
Clean lines and modern hardware give this small bathroom a fresh look. A narrow staircase in the back of the house connects all three floors.
Idea for bathroom layout
Baby Nautical Room
The beach inspired painted lower cabinets make this small bathroom a fun place.
cool bathroom cabinet idea
mario likes red in bathroom
Making a small BRIAN fun
Nice children bathroom
Fun bathroom...Diegos bathroom...Kids bathroom...ship bathroom...bathroom kids...Bathroom cabinets...this bathroom...Children's bathroom
Attic Conversion to Bedroom
This is a great way to use attic space to enclose a small, functional room like a sleeping nook, a reading nook or a small bathroom.
Small attic space looking large
While on the inside, this eyebrow dormer makes the perfect place for a small bed.Browse more photos of attic spaces
Emily A. Clark
A coat of fresh green paint, striped shower curtain and children's paintings keep this bathroom kid-friendly and gender neutral without feeling too childlike or over the top. In just 2 years, Clark was able to completely transform the look of this plain builder-grade house into a colorful and warm home
Sullivan Building & Design Group
River Road Cottage
way to get 2 beds in a small room
Cozy cool small bedroom. Clever use of space and privacy.
Two beds in small space with privacy
amazing use of small space and would appeal to Sofia's love of cubbie or snuggle in spaces
built-in bed adds dimension. The twin bed tucked behind the queen is a great way to capture every last bit of space. Even though there is only a small dividing wall between the two beds, the staggered heights give each side their own personality and privacy.
Eric Aust Architect
Peninsula Point Residence
I would like to know what they did above the bathroom. This is a really good idea to save space!
I like the latter and then the bathroom under
room; place a makeshift, large book nook opposite of bathroom.
bed and bathroom are compact and put together nicely
Design a teen zoneThis ultra-cool bedroom solves two needs in one for teenage girls: the loft bed gives her a sense of her own space, and the ensuite bathroom installed underneath allows her to spend as much time as she likes in front of the mirror. Brilliant!
LDa Architecture & Interiors
Row House Interiors Play Area/Guest Room
Do you like your decision to have the doors swing into the room vs. the bathroom? Regrets? We are deciding this for our new home and can't make up our minds.
I believe you should always have bedroom and bathroom doors swing into the room, and outside doors should always open inward. The exception, as katydidit mentioned, is to use pocket doors. I personally don't like pocket doors for bedrooms or bathrooms because they don't feel private; they are hard
hard to lock securely. I do have a pocket door between my master BR and it's adjacent bathroom, but privacy isn't a concern there and an inward-opening door was awkward. I'm okay with it, but I must say pocket doors can be problematic in their function; mine have warped just enough to scrape as they