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Victoria Harrison added this to 7 Rules for Designing a Small Space30 January 2019

Think bespokeOff-the-peg pieces don’t always work in small rooms, where every inch of space needs to be considered carefully. This is where bespoke solutions, such as cabinetry, really come into their own.This sloping ceiling, for example, means a regular wall cabinet wouldn’t work. Instead, a smart, angled cupboard, which also serves as the bathroom mirror, has been designed to fill every inch of the space, and is a design feature in its own right.Here’s how to squeeze in more in the bathroom

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Amanda Pollard added this to Solutions to 9 Big Problems in Small Bathrooms15 May 2017

Build in to awkward areasProblem: Your loft bathroom’s sloping roof is presenting a challenge. Solution: Take the opportunity to be creative with your design and build right into the space. Here, the designers have used every inch by constructing a mirrored unit that fits snugly into the eaves. The toilet has been placed directly below the shortest area, which leaves more vertical room for standing at the washbasin.Keen to make the most of your loft? Kit it out with these clever storage solutions

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nfalisse added this to shower room11 November 2022

Radiator on the wall and furniture

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Jamie Brown added this to Mum & Dad26 July 2022

could be angle in bathroom for 3rd storey stairs

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