Having your desired bathroom may be a big challenge. Trying to make everything fit into it is even harder. Among the challenges is on how to configure the toilet and sink, have the desired space for a shower and where to put your towels.
Good thing The Peterson Group Bespoke Condominiums and Residences has been able to provide the best homes for you with your specific qualifications on the detail. Expatriates from Singapore, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Indonesia and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia do not need to worry anymore on achieving the best home for them.
And for the rest of you who would want to personalize their bathrooms using your own craft and creativity, we have prepared some tips to designing a picture-perfect bathroom for you to review and incorporate with your own ideas:
1. Shower Curtain
A shower curtain that moves back and forth saves space over a glass door. It also comes with different designs and patterns, enabling you to choose the best one that fits your personality
2. Corner Sink
The small space in the corner of the room is oftentimes neglected when it can provide the precious space needed in a bathroom. Decide on a corner sink to maximize space and make your bathroom more unique than others.
3. Floating Vanity
Despite mirrors being able to create an illusion of a bigger space, it can still take some space away. You can hang your vanity on a higher level and still create the illusion needed. Your only complaint in this is when you are small and can’t reach the height on which your vanity is hanged. Well, before you install the vanity, make sure, it can still be useful.
4. Expanded Mirror
In a very tight space, extending the mirror, instead of just relying on a small vanity can help make your space look even bigger and brighter. In less-than-ideal space conditions, every inch helps.
5. Large Patterns
Just like the mirror illusion, using big patters can also give a wider scope of your bathroom. A large-scale pattern, like this wide stripe, can trick the eye into seeing expanded space. The square footage might stay the same, but the bathroom will feel bigger.
If you are wondering where to put your towel, why not take advantage of the space in your door and put a towel bar there? This way, it would be easier to take it and hang it again.