Designing a small area bathroom is much difficult task because using all the necessary bathroom items like bathtub, shower, sink, commodes, mirror, windows etc.
Don’t get worried, today we will see 9 bathrooms with an area of 60 square feet or less, beautifully renovated. We are confident that these redesign ideas will inspire you to modernize your bathroom in 2019.
1. Dark to Light
The bathroom was so dark that even taking photos of this bathroom without a flashlight was difficult. Each dark part of this bathroom, such as tiles, cupboards and all other counterparts, make the bathroom feel small in size and the blockade.
All new simple and extraordinary white colors changed the shape and appearance of the bathroom perfectly. The new color makes the room feel light, ventilation and absolutely beautiful.
The customers did not want the entire white bathroom which was flat, so the designer Laura Hay opted for a lime-white color that had a more welcoming and beautiful appearance.
With the exception of color, the customer’s family also updated the windows, dressing table, sink, shower and mirror.
2. Cumbersome to Practical
The blue baby tile is bordered by a shower that drips.
The beautiful white wall tiles and glass bathtubs not only helped improve the beautiful look of the area but also illuminated the dark area that made the bathroom area less attractive.
Kate Dickson, the owner of Kate Dixon’s design, was redesigned by providing floor tiles to clients. Customers love the tiles, and beautiful upgraded design because they see their magician color.
3. Vile to New
The 60-square-foot building, built in 1983, was out of date.
The owners were not happy with the existing things used in the bathroom and want to remove everything but interested in the bathroom and bathtub.
The designer made shiplaps using wood, and installed double vanity and shower tiles. All renovations have been completed just for $ 1000.
4. Cluttered to Crisp
Bathroom renovations in 1980 were complex as it was not trending at that time and did not coincide with the recently renovated 45-square-foot.
Susan Ozipko, of SO INTERIORS, provided services and beautifully design a couple of things in a small room. The new job, such as toilet and vanity, sits on a wall of orderly marble tiles.
With a glass shower on the door, the owners changed the shower set.
5. Cannot Refreshing
Small Bathroom Remodel
Piping pipes, towels and other awful problems have led this owner to imagine a new space. Bathroom size: 40 square feet.
The new shower tiles and vanity bathroom counter are combined with a soft blue panel and also white for wall surfaces, that not only bring the attractive and beautiful look but vanity as well.
The professional Lynot got rid of everything that was not necessary for the area and found the materials that gave him a lower quality search.
Porcelain tiles were used in the bathroom instead of marble to bring out the beauty of the bathroom, and marble tiles imitated on the ground were used as an example.
6. Remodeling from Sad to Happy
Old looking and congested bathroom with an incomplete basement bath of 4.5 square meters was not used, as it contained only a basin and a towel line. Much difficult for new designers. But the professional interior designer.
The full bathroom is used with a shower made up for the home of family members who have forgotten before.
The interior designer Melissa Cooley and project developer T. J. Monahan took the project to design the rest of the family’s position and provided a bright yellow bathroom. The design team set up a set of floating vanity to make it look more spacious.
7. Uncomfortable to Luxurious
The old looking bathroom used 1970s accessories, as well as finishes when there were better days, and the bathroom was uncomfortable because of congested space. It was just 52 square feet.
In the high area, simple and clean black & white ceramic tiles on the floor show a new and enjoyable statement for the family members. Susan Klimala, designed by Ellen Glen, included many features in black, white and gray to keep the outline calm, attractive and enjoyable
One of the most exciting changes occurs when you complete the space, where Klimala replaced the brown bathroom with an elegant white bathroom and a sliding glass door.
8. Glum to Gleeful
In a 42-square-foot square, covered with a wall, it looked dark.
Simply extraordinary white tiles cover the walls and floor, making them well ventilated and lit. Mango Design Tania McLean and Nicole Skladen then invented teak and polished gold to give the couple the design they wanted in the middle of the century.
Afterward, the team included a Boho rug, a Paisley bathrobe and pieces of the couple’s art collection to make it an individual and enjoyable experience.
9. Blah Beige to Beautiful Blue
The large dressing table and a sliding door to the bathroom make the bathroom in the Eichler lodge small and dark. Bathroom dimensions: 52 m 2.
The bright blue tiles in a very large hexagonal pattern give the bathroom an immediate focus. After that, the client received design recommendations from Pamela Lin designed from Urbanism layouts, as well as a custom wardrobe in the rooms.
The bathroom is equipped with a modern and beautiful bathtub and glass shower.