Small Space Bathroom

This small space bathroom features many small space tricks, including the perfect combination of mirror and glass, a beautiful floating vanity and an ample amount of storage in all of the right places. Photography by Brandon Barre.

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viditjVidit Jain wrote:28 May 2014
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    Toronto Interior Design Group
    7 years ago
    Thank you! It's porcelain tile - 12x24 on the floor + walls and mosaic in the niche - click on the tags for more info.
  • mary1214
    7 years ago
    There are no tags in my photo. Could you name the tile used in the shower? Thank you!
abheer24abheer24 wrote:25 January 2014

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    tidgboutique
    Toronto Interior Design Group added this to 10 Tips for Designing the Perfect Shower6 June 2021

    3. Consider a Shower-Tub ComboA space-saving shower-tub combo like the one shown here (one of my design firm’s most-saved photos on Houzz) allows for the option of a quick shower or a relaxing soak. It’s also a good choice for resale value if you don’t have a tub elsewhere in your home, as a future buyer might want one.

    tidgboutique
    Toronto Interior Design Group added this to The Secret to Having a Luxurious Bathroom4 January 2019

    If you do prefer the most open look, a clear glass panel is still a worthwhile upgrade from a shower curtain for creating a sense of modernity that gives a bathroom that sought-after spa appeal.Learn how to transform your bathroom into a spa

    vinitakunnath
    Vinita Kunnath added this to 15 Clever Storage Tips for Small Spaces23 May 2018

    11. Find your nicheRecessed niches in this bathroom provide great storage space that is easy to reach; plus they eliminate the need for a shower caddy and sundry cabinets that gobble up space.Here are ways to beautify your bathroom niches

    amandapollard
    Amanda Pollard added this to Which Tiles to Choose for Bathroom Walls?27 July 2017

    Choose a ‘barely there’ surfaceIf you don’t want your wall tiles to stand out too much, go for an understated look like this. Here, the walls are covered with pale rectangular tiles that tone with the rest of the room and blend into the background. However, the beauty of these tiles is that they have a subtle hint of texture which prevents the room from feeling bland.

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    dganachari
    Contessa added this to Primary Bath16 hours ago

    Guest bath #4, simple, economical?

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    Cathy L. added this to Bathroom3 days ago

    the cabinet with the glass door