The lack of meters has not prevented these six bathrooms from being practical, comfortable, and very stylish. The keys: its fantastic distribution and very clever solutions. The pavement becomes paramount in small bathrooms because it can get a space wider mini perceived. If you like the warmth of wood, bet on it, but in its lighter tones. In principle, it can give you respect, but here we are to make sure that they are very resistant to moisture and therefore suitable for bathrooms.
1. BLANK AND WOOD
There is no more luminous and welcoming decorative couple. And the flown vanity unit couldn’t be lighter. It has two good drawers and takes advantage of a free wall of 80 cm next to the window.
2. IN LIGHT COLORS
White and cream surround everything in this bathroom to make it appear larger without losing light or warmth. The basin – flown, in white and without handles – is very light. And the shower, with a glass screen and without profiles, and almost at ground level, almost disappears.
3. TOASTED MICROCEMENT
It is cozy but needs light, which is given by the shower wall, made of acid glass, so as not to be too dark. The pebble floor and log mirror add to that warmth. And the storage has been solved with a light shelf and some cloth baskets.
4. BEHIND THE GLASS
Look at the photo of the bedroom, what looks like a mirror is actually a glass that connects the bathroom and the bedroom. From the shower area, the glass is acid etched and from the bedroom, it looks like a mirror. It is a very ingenious solution to fill the bathroom with the natural light that the rest area has.
5. MORE THAN MIRRORS
Both the very clean white vanity unit and the cabinets with mirrored fronts run along the entire wall. The more storage space you can scratch in a small bathroom, the better.
6. WOOD LOOKS
But porcelain is. Only in this way is it possible to clad the back wall of this bathroom, which passes through the shower, with wood. The contrast gives depth to space, something that is appreciated (and a lot) in spaces where meters are missing.
7. ALL ONLINE AND FULL OF IDEAS
In this small bathroom, a single front brings together all the elements. As soon as you enter, the vanity area; then the toilet; and then the shower, which takes advantage of the wall of the window. Wainscoting protects the area from dirt and friction.