East Village Studio
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The marriage of mirrors and glass in this studio’s bathroom gives the illusion of space – even though the area is no more than 24 square feet. The toilet and custom vanity float above the hex tiles, leaving the floor space open. Tip: Continuity in design gives a small space a sense of cohesiveness. The wall-mounted faucet, the sink and the shower fixtures all speak architect Jordan Parnass‘ contemporary language – and he even extended the mounted design right down to the toilet paper holder. Read more:Solutions to 9 Big Problems in Small Bathrooms9 Amazing Space-Saving Ideas for Tiny BathroomsTell us:Do you have a small bathroom? How have your maximised space in it? Tell us in the Comments below.
3. Float the vanityBesides just visually helping the bathroom appear bigger, mounting a vanity above the floor frees up a little space for small items underneath.Find out more about floating furniture