Before & After: A Tiny Bathroom Remodel

Before & After: A Tiny Bathroom Remodel

Allison Verdoorn
Feb 23, 2011

Fitting a full bathroom into a tiny space is something that those of us who have chosen to live with a small footprint have to eternally deal with. This bathroom makeover in San Francisco takes a space from cramped to light and airy. Lovely finishes and clever storage placement makes this a great makeover. Check it out after the jump.

This remodel serves as a lesson in how important it is to capitalize on natural light in tiny spaces. The wall of tile bounces light around and off of the white surfaces while the wood cabinet above the toilet creates a focal point to rest your eye upon.

Storage is carefully and thoughtfully placed to allow the space to feel open and uncluttered.

According to the builder, Niche Interiors:

A cramped floor plan and outdated finishes prompted the remodel of this small master bathroom. Relocating the toilet to the rear wall and adding a wall-mounted sink maximizes the space. The feature wall of glass mosaic tile adds movement and draws attention to the high ceilings and skylight.

Find out more at Niche Interiors.

(Images: Niche Interiors)

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