Old Fashioned Bathroom Designs – 30 cool pictures of old bathroom tile ideas
Bathrooms are tough to style. On the 1 hand, because they are compact, you spend less on materials since you are using less stuff. On the flip side, little bathrooms are small, and nobody enjoys being cramped.
That’s why we contacted twelve house decorators, designers, architects, and remodel professionals to give you their very best advice on how best to redesign a small bathroom.
Bathtubs have come a ways. No longer are they restricted to iron clawfoots or people small casket-like bathtubs you visit so often in tract homes.
Why tuck the bathtub away? When you spend a bit more to get a fashionable tub, the tub gets the focus of the space. This one is known as a double-ended bath, with fixtures found in the middle. At nighttime, you can lay on the left side and view the stars through the skylight. During the day, put in the other way so that light coming from your windows shines in your magazine or book.
Keep these little bathrooms Spartan. Except to get a wall cupboard and ample windows, this bathroom has little additional adornment.
It does not look so; it looks quite spacious, in reality. Yet examine the flooring tiles (always the best way to determine space) and you will observe that it’s only 50 square feet (5 ft wide, 10 ft long).
Can it be the window that does it? It’s a beautiful matrix of 48 glass cubes, a perfect means to allow light without allowing gawkers.
What truly creates the illusion of space is the high ceiling. Even in the event that you’ve left mullets, McGyver, shoulder pads, and other trappings of the 1980s supporting, you might agree that a cathedral ceiling (gasp!) In one area is a welcome thing. Especially when that space is really a cramped 50 square feet.
For a truly modern little bathroom idea, you can’t do much better compared to placing this dual sink arrangement onto a cantilevered toilet counter. These clean lines emphasize the crisp geometry of the deep counter tops and their exclusive fixtures.