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However, if your budget is pretty limited right now and you feel you are handy enough to complete the job yourself, you might want to consider designing your bathroom with smaller fixtures. Companies that deal mainly with Victorian houses are the most likely places where you will be able to find miniature vanities, toilets, a small bathroom sink, etc. If you wish to install a full bath, a traditional style Japanese bath will be ideal, as it’s a sturdy soaking tab that is roughly half the size of the standard American tub. It also comes with a convenient shower hose for daily use.
One of the best solutions for storage is cabinets, especially recessed cabinets that are embedded directly into the wall. This gives the bathroom extra space because it utilizes the area behind the bathroom itself. Cabinets and vanities that stick out are huge space wasters, so replacing those alone will do wonders for the perceived spacial elements of your bathroom.
The dominant design piece in your new bathroom will always be the bathtub or shower. Are you the type who leans toward decadence or toward practicality? Installing options include a shower stall with the practicality of benches or a luxurious bathtub with deep massaging jets, and a wide shelf for bath oils & candles. Today, baths and showers are manufactured in practically any shape and size you need; consider how you generally enjoy stretching out in your bathing space, and what bathtub you will need to achieve total satisfaction. A significant but often disregarded consideration is the practical aspects of your bathtub. Do you need handrails for assistance? Have you considered adding places for plants?
Some of the other small bathroom ideas you may be interested in trying out include setting up a wall-hung sink and toilet. Also, if you are skillful in plumbing, why not change your entire plumbing arrangement in order to make maximum use of room space. Perhaps, you could fit in a corner shower stall into the area opposite the entryway, instead of placing a sink here, as is the norm. Mind you, these projects are labor-intensive; having said that, they are probably the best ways to correct design that utilizes space poorly.
There is a final area of consideration that folks often put less planning into: the bath wall material. Tiles are pretty popular, and come in an immense variety of colors, patterns, and shapes. Take note, on the pragmatic side of things, that cleaning is more difficult for smaller tiles, because of all the extra grout you have to scrub. What are increasingly popular today are solid-surface material bath walls. They are easier to clean, can be uniquely shaped for your space, and are often very affordable. However, with solid-surface materials you are going to be limited in terms of the colors, patterns and visual designs.