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
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.