The design of the Small toilets May seem like a difficult task to assume; However, these spaces can introduce a challenge of intelligent design. Creating a functional and comfortable bathroom for storage may be just what your home needs.
Great design ideas for small toilets
Each design element in a small bathroom should have a purpose and be functional in one way or another to save space. Before you begin, if you are looking for space-saving furniture ideas, be sure to check out our ideas for small toilets.
Practical storage ideas
Instead of filling the holes with large closets, show your colorful and textured towels on open shelves. This will add warmth and playful colors to your space and will eliminate unwanted large furniture surfaces.
Stack the Shelves Floats to add storage in a fashionable way. Colored storage ladders provide personality and are a great place to store containers.
Rustic style bathroom
Functionality is the key to a small toilet. Small rooms can easily lead to unwanted mess, so be sure to add only design elements that are functional. Do not add decorations or objects that do not serve a purpose.
Original minimalist style toilet
Store cotton balls and swabs in glass jars on floating shelves and install a basket under the sink. Minimize counter space by storing personal products. Add stacking baskets under cabinets and top of washer and dryer.
When it is time to paint, make sure you have planned your color palette. Keep in mind that painting a wall of an accent color takes time. Use neutral colors to make your bathroom feel calm and aesthetically pleasing.
Nice toilet of laminated wood
Create a palette of neutral colors To form the base theme of your bathroom. Use textures and patterns in neutral tones to add creativity and depth. Remember that the color white is associated with cleaning.
An alternative to painting is to add color bursts by displaying colorful towels, bathroom tiles, carpets or even bathrobes to create your own ambience and style. Hang up vibrant towels or robes to add color and personality. Display soap holders and stylish accessories for a touch of design. Paint your mirror frame an accent color.
Small toilets with tiles
If you have a super-small bathroom, trying to make everything fit into the space available is like doing a giant crossword puzzle. You have the challenges of setting up the toilet and sink, allowing enough space for a shower and, of course, where to put the towels.
Shabby chic style toilet
Install a corner washbasin. Sometimes even a pedestal sink can interrupt the only available traffic lane in a bathroom. In this case placing a corner sink through the dresser works better than a sink in front of the shower. The opening and closing of the shower door usually creates an uncomfortable walk around.
Small toilet with shower
Use shower curtains. A shower curtain saves more space than a glass door that moves in and out.
Toilet Shabby chic
Choose a floating toilet. In addition to visually assisting the bathroom look bigger, putting a dresser above the floor releases some space for small items. Narrow spaces can make angular corners dangerous to the hip. If the corners of a sink cabinet stand in the way, opt for a rounded style. Yes, a round toilet can work well in a square space.
Retro Style Toilet
Lay the counter on the toilet. An extended counter creates only enough space for some necessary items. The dressing room will not be affected, and the look will be minimalist and clean.
Images of small toilets
Use a large-scale pattern as it can fool the eye to see the expanded space. The square meter could remain the same, but the bathroom will feel larger. If your bathroom is about 5 feet wide, it has enough space to place a toilet and a 30 by 60 inch tub. With strict conditions like these, consider a glass panel rather than a glass shower door as this will keep most of the water in the shower.
Small shower design with shower
Expand the mirror. In the narrower spaces, having a mirror stretched across the wall instead of just the vanity can allow two people to use it at once. In less than ideal space conditions, every inch helps.
Minimalist bathroom furniture
Mount the towel bar on a door. When space is minimal, mounting a towel bar on the shower door keeps the towels handy. You may need to store the bulk of your towels in a nearby linen closet, but having the towels close to dry is essential. Install a carpet basin. The narrow and clean style of a bucket sink is a very attractive spacious solution. Well sinks have a low profile. When mounted on the wall, they free up floor space, as well as storage or pedestrian traffic.
Maff small apartment, designed by * Queeste Architecten
Select a dresser with a shelf. Even a pedestal style with a shelf may contain towels or a toilet paper basket. Use a faucet mounted on the wall. Mounting a faucet on the wall allows a narrower sink or vanity, which in turn releases square meters in the total bathroom. Do not be afraid to try a traditional wall mounted faucet.
Small toilet design
Original classic style dresser
Small Bathroom Decoration
Cute retro style dresser