When it comes to designing a bathroom, it all starts with the floor plan. This bathroom is 3m long by 2m wide, and was the only bathroom in the house, so it was a challenge to get the optimal functionality to squeeze into a small space.
Here's how we did it:
Keeping the furniture all to one side was the first step
Creating a false wall to hide all the plumbing kept the room design simple, and allowed for a wall-hung vanity and toilet, with a hidden cistern
This false wall extended into the shower space to create a long shelf
Shelf continues along to provide a cavity to build in tall mirror cupboards to allow loads of storage
The materials were chosen to create calm, with a simple colour scheme and large-scale tiles, which work well to maximise a small space.
A 1970's sauna-style bathroom makes way for a stunning contemporary family bathroom
Space works hard to include built-in shelving in mirrored cabinetry