City studio apartment

In order to maximise the space in a bathroom we tried to keep floor area as clean and minimalistic as possible. Wall mounted toilet and vanity-unit open floor area visually expanding the space. Large slabs of porcelain and slim shower tray bring neat contemporary finish. Mirror hides recessed wall cabinet above the toilet and double the space.

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Amanda Pollard added this to Small Space Solutions From People Who’ve Been There, Done That15 May 2017

Play with shape in your showerSlotting your essential sanitary ware into a tiny bathroom can be a challenge, but Olga Alexeeva of interior design firm Black and Milk Residential found the perfect shower solution for this small studio flat. “I didn’t want a square shower enclosure, as you would have been knocking against its corners all the time,” she told us. This diamond-shaped design was the answer, as it protrudes far less into the space and slots neatly into the slim shower tray below. “It saved my life!” laughed Alexeeva.Find out how this smart studio flat makes the most of its space

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Alli added this to Bathroom Ideas22 January 2022

corner shower, no sharp corners

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