Cheyne Walk Project

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.

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Rashmi Haralalka added this to 11 Compact City Bathrooms Wow With Clever Design Solutions3 March 2018

7. Expanding the mirror length across the walls makes this tiny city bathroom feel opulent and creates the illusion of space. The pedestal vanity features a little extra recess below the cabinet, which gives more floor footage.

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Joanna C added this to Bathroom2 January 2020

Big mirror, white tiles to alf way.

jklein1954 added this to jklein1954's ideas27 October 2019

wrap around mirrors for BR without mirrors

ewadleigh added this to *BATHROOM16 September 2019

Wraparound. a practical way to bring the illusion of space into a small bathroom along with more usable mirror space, PUT A MIRROR ON CABINET SIDE, TO ADD LIGHT TO ROOM?

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