By Rosine Denise. Bathroom Design. Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 12:06:16 PM.
Something you mustn’t forget, even in the smallest of bathrooms (in fact, even more so in the smallest of bathrooms) is storage. Try and incorporate a vanity with built-in storage at the very least. Other storage tricks for small bathrooms are to include some kind of recessed storage by the bath or in the shower for soap and essentials.
This trend is underpinned by clean lines, perfect proportions and concealment of storage and functional detail.
Your local building code will dictate certain minimum clearances. For instance, it may call for 21 inches of clear space in front of the toilet or 4 inches between a sink basin and the wall. Local codes may differ from national codes, so be sure you or your designer is aware of your municipality’s requirements at the start of the design process.
Here’s a word of warning, though. It’s going to take more time than you think. Why? Your bathroom may be the smallest room in the house, but you’re going to have to paint slowly and gently around the window, the tub or shower, the sink, the mirror, the toilet, the switchplates, the wall corners, and the floor. This takes time and patience (and a good supply of painter’s tape), so make sure you keep this in mind when planning your renovation.
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