The YWCA Transitional Housing Project was 100% pro bono and was curated in the span of just 3 weeks and with challenging budget of $4500. The apartment features an entry, living/dining room, kitchenette, a very tiny bath and a shared bedroom.
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This small bath exudes joy. “The shower curtain makes me smile each time I look at it,” says interior designer Scott Neste. It’s the ideal illustration to look at, at the start of a fresh day.” Tip: Keep wall, ceiling, floor and tile colours tonal. Neste created what he calls a “controlled character” in this small bath by shifting from white to cream to tan. “The tone-on-tone colours create depth and help the room read much larger than 30 square feet,” he says.Learn how to separate your wet shower area
10. Pops of vibrant hues infuse lots of attitude in this small-scaled bathroom. Neatly stacked multi-coloured towels on the flush tank is a smart space-saving hack. Little details like a flower vase, pictures on the wall, and a sleek pedestal sink and vanity for storage bring oodles of style.15 Bathrooms That Make the Most of Less Space
2. Use a shower curtainA shower curtain that moves back and forth saves space over a glass door that moves in and out. Shower-tub combos actually can fit into small spaces, with some tubs coming in at just over 1.5 metres in length.