In the conditions of modern apartments there is not always enough space for a bathroom. In fact, you have to reckon with the features of the layout, whether to estimate whether to combine the bathroom with the toilet in a limited space or, conversely, to combine them. At the same time, you always want to get maximum comfort and make your stay in any part of the apartment comfortable.
Even in a small bathroom there can be a place for a washbasin.
Light walls and bright lighting visually expand the space.
Shelves for towels are located here directly above the drain tank.
This bathroom is not only small, but also has an irregular shape. However, it seems spacious due to the mirror and enough light.
In this bathroom there is no washbasin, but there is a shower.
Bright skirtings, spotlights - all of this together visually expanded the tiny toilet.
An example of the rational use of the wall behind the toilet.
Another bathroom of irregular shape. The toilet here is installed on the side, and the niche is occupied by a washbasin, sheathed with a large wall-mounted cabinet.
Light tall panels combined in shelves visually expand the space.
Even in a narrow toilet there was a place for a modest washbasin. True had to install it from the side.
The washbasin in this bathroom is built right into the dresser. The place above the drain side is also not empty.
The light frieze with the cross pattern came in handy here. The room seems not only wider, but also higher.
The classic combination of white and black in conditions of limited space looks advantageous.
Even a small wall should not remain empty.
Open shelves are added here with drawers, inside which you can hide a lot of useful things.
The old ladder that replaced the functionality perfectly blends into the surroundings. Was not superfluous and a secretary, supplemented washbasin.
If space permits, the bathroom can be supplemented with a cabinet.
Who said that the attic can not be a separate toilet?
Placed above the side of the basket for paper looks unusual and even stylish.