When you’re planning a guest bathroom, you’re often dealing with limited space, making clever design essential. This bathroom is proof that practical doesn’t have to mean boring, and that storage can be a design feature, when carefully chosen. The light colours, personal touches and smart use of space comes together to create a welcoming space for anyone that comes to stay.
A second or guest bathroom often invites a touch of lateral thinking, to create a space that makes the most of the space available, while also staying true to your own design aesthetics. A good start is pure white walls, which provide an area enhancing base from which you can build on. The tiled alcove seen here above the sink, and echoed in the framed tiles opposite, give the room that touch of personality without being overpowering. The corner shower and glass doors let the eye travel to the end of the room freely, and the use of the white space above the cubicle helps to make the room appear larger than it actually is. Finally, cleverly mounted cupboards clear away the clutter in style.