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Long Narrow Bathroom Designs & Ideas

Queen Anne Bungalow Resurrection
Queen Anne Bungalow Resurrection
Carl Mattison Design
A hall bath was carved out between two of the downstairs bedrooms. This deep bath is anchored by the tub with window allowing ample light. The sink was reclaimed from an original summer/prep kitchen in the home and refinished. The school house style bath is easy to clean, simple and ready for guests with it's abundant storage. Photography by Josh Vick
Harley Street
Harley Street
Sonnemann Toon Architects
© Sonnemann Toon Architects © David Butler Photography
Franklin Street High Rise
Franklin Street High Rise
Kaplan Architects, AIA
This master bath in a condo high rise was completely remodeled and transformed. Careful attention was given to tile selection and placement. The medicine cabinet display was custom design for optimum function and integration to the overall space. Various lighting systems are utilized to provide proper lighting and drama. Mitchell Shenker, Photography
Crows Nest - Small Main Bathroom
Crows Nest - Small Main Bathroom
Minosa | Design Life Better
Design by Minosa - Images by Nicole England This small main bathroom was created for two growing children, all services have been placed on one wall to improve the efficiency of the space. Minosa ScoopED washbasin, Custom Joinery and shaving cabinets have been created. The shaving doors lift up rather than opening outwards. Recessed LED lighting is layered and multi switchable so the bathroom can be up when you want and also softer at night time. Oversized wall & floor tiles create lovely clean lines by eliminating the grout lines.
Master bathroom
Master bathroom
Azman Architects
A sloped roof was utilised in the bathroom to ensure the master bedroom was of a generous size. Photography: Ben Blossom
Apartment 904
Apartment 904
iStudio architecture
Shaival Dalala, moving images
Bluffview
Bluffview
Greenbrook Homes
This contemporary bathroom is sleek with a floating vanity and floor tiles from Porcelanosa that move up the wall. The metallic strips break up all the tile and give it a touch of shine. Photos by Versatile Imaging
Hayes Valley Remodel
Hayes Valley Remodel
jones | haydu
This one level flat was completely gutted by a fire. We completely changed the layout of rooms. This photo shows the master bathroom and shower. The clerestory windows are high to block views to and from the neighbors but allow a stream of light in all day. This project has been featured in Dwell and the San Francisco Chronicle. Photo by Bruce Damonte
Montecito Shores Remodel Master Bath
Montecito Shores Remodel Master Bath
Allen Construction
Architect: Wade Davis Design Photo Credit: Jim Bartsch Photography Creative solutions were used to brighten interior spaces in this second floor condo unit. To bring natural light and a sense of openness to the master bathroom, a translucent glass wall panel was installed in the wall dividing the master bathroom from the master bedroom. In addition, numerous pendant lights and mirrors - to reflect those lights - were added to further brighten the space.