In a tiny bath, a clever design must use all available space. Tuck the shower under a slanted ceiling. Use a small pedestal sink instead of boxy counters. Here, placing a large, angled skylight above the tub opens the room up, expanding the space and providing a blast of natural light and fresh air during the warmer months.
Add storage capacity while brightening up a small space by adding a colorful fabric skirt to a pedestal sink. Three complementary fabrics, a floral and two checks, form the skirt, and a large tassel adds a big dose of style. Instead of a conventional towel rod, an iron basket hangs on the wall to hold towels.
With petite fixtures like these, even the smallest area can be converted into a bath. The faucet and spout are mounted on the backsplash to save counter space. For added style, place a small decorative mirror above the sink.
Ingenuity starts at the door to this small bath. A hanging, sliding door allows easier access between the bath and adjoining guestroom. It takes up much less space than a standard hinged door and adds character and visual interest to the room.