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Design ideas for the home from Blake Revell

Shower doors for small bathrooms ideas from Scotty Curthoys

June 19 2017, 09:03am

Posted by Blake Revell

Tailor to Suit

Consider other bathroom amenities when making way for a walk-in shower. Dressed with a simple glass door, this walk-in shower gives a solid wall for showcasing a freestanding tub. A transom window works with all the door to transport light into the interior of the shower from nearby windows.

Double Up

Consider placing showering and bathing stations within one enclosure, when toilet space is at a premium. The homeowners tucked a tiny soaking tub inside the walk-in shower to maximize a minimal amount of floor space. Advantageously, the two-in-one layout keeps splashing wet and water footprints from vanity and commode areas.

Get Creative

Rethink toilet space that is accessible before you might be able to fit in every one of your desired comforts. A tub is tucked by this small toilet design involving the windowed wall and a streamlined walk-in shower; the bath stretches outside bathing experience to supply a full- behind the shower.

Reach Beneath

Design a walk in shower that takes advantage of your little toilet's architectural oddities. Tucking a shower beneath an eave let these homeowners to fit a walk in shower near light-encouraging windows in their own small bathroom. Another edge: Adding the shower created an interior wall that accommodates another dressing table.

Glass shower enclosure

Delight the Eye

Even fashion that is bounteous can be accommodated by the lowest bathroom. Though diminutive in dimension, this walk-in shower makes an impact thanks to its marble door frame and tiled inside, which are emphasized by charcoal walls. Toilet floor tiles duplicate inside the shower to visually link both areas.

Fashion a Focal Point

Add a walk-in shower that improves the utility and attractiveness of a tiny bathroom.

Simplify Forms

Adapt your getting-ready needs with fixtures that are downsized which don't take up too much floor space. This profiled pedestal sink and toiletry that is narrow ledge take the spot of a vanity that is more cumbersome. The marble-tiled walls and ceiling elevate the only furnished toilet.

Blur the Lines

Design a walk-in shower that blends to the backdrop. It fades in importance, thanks to bright hued wainscoting that wraps the lower walls of the toilet though the seamless glass enclosure of this shower is observable. Without solid walls, the shower appears with its atmosphere rather than as another room.

Adapt and Adjust

Furnish your small bathroom with pedestal sinks or downsized vanities to open up space to get a walk-in shower. Shallow walls that create nichelike recesses that house two dressing tables frame this shower.

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