Cheyne Walk Project Contemporary Bathroom, London
This tiny bathroom is made to feel luxurious and much larger by the inclusion of mirror all around the room. Large tiles reduce the amount of grouting keeping the walls simple. The storage cabinet beneath the sink stands on legs so the floor sweeps under it. All these elements give an illusion of space to a tiny room.
Inspiration for a contemporary white tile alcove bathtub remodel in London with a vessel sink, flat-panel cabinets and dark wood cabinets — Houzz
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Tight bathrooms love a vanity on legs. Mirrored paneling further opens up this small bathroom.Houzz Call: Show Us Your Legs
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Mirrors are the oldest trick in the book for making a small space feel bigger. Since you need them in the bathroom anyway, why not go a little funhouse-style wild?
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3. Wraparound. The inverse of the suspended mirror solution is the wraparound. It’s a practical way to bring the illusion of space into a small bathroom along with more usable mirror space, and it’s a creative wallcovering. These mirrors are usually custom-cut for each space to allow for the wall-to-wall look. They are secured directly to the drywall or other existing wallcovering. Reflective surfaces give the illusion of a brighter space and the semblance of depth. So they are a great solution for bathrooms that don’t have windows. It’s the ultimate trick for small or windowless bathrooms. Works best with: Contemporary, modern, eclectic and transitional styles. Pros: More reflection in a small bathroom makes the space seem brighter and have more depth.Cons: This is an expensive custom option compared to other wallcoverings, and it’s hard to replace the mirror if it gets scratched.