A former studio was converted into a separate bathroom and kid’s bedroom. This post shows how the space was maximised in this small bathroom, without compromising on comfort.
A wall was built to separate the bathroom from the bedroom. The supporting wall next to the initial shower was extended to create a comfortable walk-in shower. The small gap next to it, was smartly utilised to create open shelving for towel storage.
A cement look tile was chosen for floor as well as walls, in big format to make the small room look bigger. An accent was added in the shower with the random mix of black & grey patterned cement tiles, coming back in the practical niche for shower products.
A narrow teak wooden console was converted into a bathroom vanity with a surface-mounted, oval, asymmetrical sink. A vintage mirror and assymetrically positioned light pendant adds warmth, character and interest.