Small Bathroom Enclosures

Small Bathroom Enclosures

BHG.com Bathrooms Shower & Baths Absolutely Stunning Walk-In Showers for Small Baths Find design inspiration in 15 walk-in showers that beautifully stretch a small bathroom’s footprint, increase its functionality, and amplify its good looks. By Ann Wilson Facebook Pinterest Twitter Google Plus Email Print More Prev View all Next × Prev View all Next Prev View all Next Popular In Shower & Baths Walk-In Shower Ideas 15 Stylish Seats for Walk-In Showers Doorless Showers Like You’ve Never Seen Bathtub Design Ideas Everything In This Slideshow 1 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Be Space-Savvy Expand a small bathroom’s utility by designing a walk-in shower that provides a solid wall or walls for placing vanities or tubs. Seemingly an extension of the bathroom’s board-clad walls, this knee wall accommodates a shallow vanity with a mirrored door. White painted walls, the shower’s glass enclosure and tiled walls, and reflective surfaces encourage light to move around the space, causing the small bathroom to appear roomier. Find Makeover Ideas for Your Bath 2 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Capture a Corner Set a walk-in shower into a small bathroom’s corner, but expand the showering area by opting for a neoangled base and glass enclosure that step into the main bath area. This walk-in shower’s neoangled design expanded the shower’s square footage, giving the homeowners space for adding a built-in bench. Blissful Small-Bath Decor Ideas 3 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Delight the Eye Even the smallest bathroom can accommodate bounteous style. Though diminutive in dimension, this walk-in shower makes an impact thanks to its marble door frame and tiled interior, which are highlighted by charcoal walls. Bathroom floor tiles repeat inside the shower to visually link the two areas. Fake More Space in a Small Bath 4 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Omit the Tub If showering is your go-to bathing option, forget about adding a tub. Instead, use what would have been the tub wall to create a spacious walk-in shower. Stretching across a bathroom’s rear (and shortest wall), this walk-in shower provides plenty of pampering without overwhelming the small bathroom. Continuing the bathroom’s marble walls and tiled flooring into the shower composes a cohesive scene that creates the perception of a larger space. 5 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Raise See-Through Walls Enclose a walk-in shower with a seamless glass enclosure. The transparent barriers take up little visual space and let natural light flow between the bathroom and shower, which in turn makes a small bathroom live larger than its dimensions. This bathroom’s neutral tiled walls continue into the walk-in shower to further the space-stretching illusion. 6 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Double Up When bathroom space is at a premium, consider placing bathing and showering stations within one enclosure. The homeowners tucked a small soaking tub inside the walk-in shower to maximize a minimal amount of floor space. Advantageously, the two-in-one design keeps splashing water and wet footprints away from commode and vanity areas. 7 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Reach Beneath Design a walk-in shower that takes advantage of your small bathroom’s architectural oddities. Tucking a shower beneath an eave allowed these homeowners to fit a walk-in shower near light-inviting windows in their small bathroom. Another advantage: Adding the shower created an interior wall that accommodates a second vanity. 8 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Tailor to Suit Consider other bathroom amenities when making way for a walk-in shower. Dressed with a simple glass door, this walk-in shower provides a solid wall for showcasing a freestanding tub. A transom window works with the door to carry light from nearby windows into the shower’s interior. Small-Bath Design Ideas You Shouldn’t Miss 9 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Adapt and Adjust Furnish your small bathroom with downsized vanities or pedestal sinks to open up space for a walk-in shower. This shower is framed by shallow walls that create nichelike recesses that house two vanities. The shower’s frosted-glass door, which stops a few feet below the ceiling, provides privacy without blocking light. 10 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Get Creative Rethink available bathroom space until you are able to fit in every one of your desired amenities. This small bathroom design tucks a bathtub between the windowed wall and a compact walk-in shower; the bath stretches behind the shower to supply a full-out bathing experience. The tub, shower, and vanity share the natural light streaming through the undressed window. The Best Bath Color Combos 11 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Fashion a Focal Point Add a walk-in shower that enhances a small bathroom’s usefulness and beauty. This shower stands out in a simply furnished bath, thanks to its distinctively tiled walls and river-rock-tiled floor that are easily seen through a frameless glass shower enclosure. The glass enclosure stair-steps up a marble frame, highlighting the shower bench and a toiletry shelf that aligns with the beaded-board wainscoting’s upper trim. Space-Saving Bathroom Tricks 12 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Blur the Lines Design a walk-in shower that blends into the background. Though this shower’s seamless glass enclosure is visible, it fades in importance, thanks to brightly hued wainscoting that wraps the bathroom’s lower walls. Without solid walls, the shower appears at one with its surroundings rather than as a separate room. 13 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Go Long Align bathing and showering stations on a small bathroom’s longest wall. By placing the tub against the walk-in shower’s knee wall, the homeowners created a compact arrangement that left the opposite wall open for other bathroom fittings. A shared palette of colors and materials furthers the connection between the shower and tub. 14 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Simplify Forms Accommodate your getting-ready needs with downsized fixtures that don’t take up too much floor space. This handsomely profiled pedestal sink and narrow toiletry ledge stylishly take the place of a more cumbersome vanity. The marble-tiled walls and ceiling elegantly elevate the simply furnished bathroom. 15 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Invite in Light Position your walk-in shower near a window or beneath a skylight so you can bask in sunbeams or gaze upon twinkling stars. This walk-in shower boasts a clerestory window and a glass door that allow natural light to flow in and out of the shower. Thanks to its placement, the shower becomes a separate room that doesn’t clutter up the small bathroom’s sight lines or impede traffic flow. 16 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Bonus! Easy Small-Bath Updates Take your small bathroom from drab to fab with these easy, affordable updates. 17 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow Walk-In Shower Ideas Walk-In Shower Ideas Find ideas to create a gorgeous walk-in shower in your bathroom. Begin Slideshow » Related 15 Stylish Seats for Walk-In Showers Doorless Showers Like You’ve Never Seen Bathtub Design Ideas
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Small Bathroom Enclosures

Prev View all Next × Prev View all Next Prev View all Next Popular In Shower & Baths Walk-In Shower Ideas 15 Stylish Seats for Walk-In Showers Doorless Showers Like You’ve Never Seen Bathtub Design Ideas Everything In This Slideshow 1 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Be Space-Savvy Expand a small bathroom’s utility by designing a walk-in shower that provides a solid wall or walls for placing vanities or tubs. Seemingly an extension of the bathroom’s board-clad walls, this knee wall accommodates a shallow vanity with a mirrored door. White painted walls, the shower’s glass enclosure and tiled walls, and reflective surfaces encourage light to move around the space, causing the small bathroom to appear roomier. Find Makeover Ideas for Your Bath 2 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Capture a Corner Set a walk-in shower into a small bathroom’s corner, but expand the showering area by opting for a neoangled base and glass enclosure that step into the main bath area. This walk-in shower’s neoangled design expanded the shower’s square footage, giving the homeowners space for adding a built-in bench. Blissful Small-Bath Decor Ideas 3 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Delight the Eye Even the smallest bathroom can accommodate bounteous style. Though diminutive in dimension, this walk-in shower makes an impact thanks to its marble door frame and tiled interior, which are highlighted by charcoal walls. Bathroom floor tiles repeat inside the shower to visually link the two areas. Fake More Space in a Small Bath 4 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Omit the Tub If showering is your go-to bathing option, forget about adding a tub. Instead, use what would have been the tub wall to create a spacious walk-in shower. Stretching across a bathroom’s rear (and shortest wall), this walk-in shower provides plenty of pampering without overwhelming the small bathroom. Continuing the bathroom’s marble walls and tiled flooring into the shower composes a cohesive scene that creates the perception of a larger space. 5 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Raise See-Through Walls Enclose a walk-in shower with a seamless glass enclosure. The transparent barriers take up little visual space and let natural light flow between the bathroom and shower, which in turn makes a small bathroom live larger than its dimensions. This bathroom’s neutral tiled walls continue into the walk-in shower to further the space-stretching illusion. 6 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Double Up When bathroom space is at a premium, consider placing bathing and showering stations within one enclosure. The homeowners tucked a small soaking tub inside the walk-in shower to maximize a minimal amount of floor space. Advantageously, the two-in-one design keeps splashing water and wet footprints away from commode and vanity areas. 7 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Reach Beneath Design a walk-in shower that takes advantage of your small bathroom’s architectural oddities. Tucking a shower beneath an eave allowed these homeowners to fit a walk-in shower near light-inviting windows in their small bathroom. Another advantage: Adding the shower created an interior wall that accommodates a second vanity. 8 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Tailor to Suit Consider other bathroom amenities when making way for a walk-in shower. Dressed with a simple glass door, this walk-in shower provides a solid wall for showcasing a freestanding tub. A transom window works with the door to carry light from nearby windows into the shower’s interior. Small-Bath Design Ideas You Shouldn’t Miss 9 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Adapt and Adjust Furnish your small bathroom with downsized vanities or pedestal sinks to open up space for a walk-in shower. This shower is framed by shallow walls that create nichelike recesses that house two vanities. The shower’s frosted-glass door, which stops a few feet below the ceiling, provides privacy without blocking light. 10 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Get Creative Rethink available bathroom space until you are able to fit in every one of your desired amenities. This small bathroom design tucks a bathtub between the windowed wall and a compact walk-in shower; the bath stretches behind the shower to supply a full-out bathing experience. The tub, shower, and vanity share the natural light streaming through the undressed window. The Best Bath Color Combos 11 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Fashion a Focal Point Add a walk-in shower that enhances a small bathroom’s usefulness and beauty. This shower stands out in a simply furnished bath, thanks to its distinctively tiled walls and river-rock-tiled floor that are easily seen through a frameless glass shower enclosure. The glass enclosure stair-steps up a marble frame, highlighting the shower bench and a toiletry shelf that aligns with the beaded-board wainscoting’s upper trim. Space-Saving Bathroom Tricks 12 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Blur the Lines Design a walk-in shower that blends into the background. Though this shower’s seamless glass enclosure is visible, it fades in importance, thanks to brightly hued wainscoting that wraps the bathroom’s lower walls. Without solid walls, the shower appears at one with its surroundings rather than as a separate room. 13 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Go Long Align bathing and showering stations on a small bathroom’s longest wall. By placing the tub against the walk-in shower’s knee wall, the homeowners created a compact arrangement that left the opposite wall open for other bathroom fittings. A shared palette of colors and materials furthers the connection between the shower and tub. 14 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Simplify Forms Accommodate your getting-ready needs with downsized fixtures that don’t take up too much floor space. This handsomely profiled pedestal sink and narrow toiletry ledge stylishly take the place of a more cumbersome vanity. The marble-tiled walls and ceiling elegantly elevate the simply furnished bathroom. 15 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Invite in Light Position your walk-in shower near a window or beneath a skylight so you can bask in sunbeams or gaze upon twinkling stars. This walk-in shower boasts a clerestory window and a glass door that allow natural light to flow in and out of the shower. Thanks to its placement, the shower becomes a separate room that doesn’t clutter up the small bathroom’s sight lines or impede traffic flow. 16 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Bonus! Easy Small-Bath Updates Take your small bathroom from drab to fab with these easy, affordable updates. 17 of 17 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow Walk-In Shower Ideas Walk-In Shower Ideas Find ideas to create a gorgeous walk-in shower in your bathroom. Begin Slideshow » Related 15 Stylish Seats for Walk-In Showers Doorless Showers Like You’ve Never Seen Bathtub Design Ideas

Small Bathroom Enclosures

Small Bathroom Enclosures
Small Bathroom Enclosures
Small Bathroom Enclosures
Small Bathroom Enclosures
Small Bathroom Enclosures

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