Using Design Elements to Maximize Space for this Small Office Bathroom
This month’s featured bathroom remodel is one of two baths that we did for this particular Los Angeles client. While no remodel comes without its challenges, this bathroom’s challenge came in the form of space restrictions. This office bathroom totals about 30 square feet, so maximizing space as much as possible, without making the space feel overcrowded, was essential.
We decided to keep the original footprint of the bathroom and use design elements to make the space appear larger. For example, we used wall tile with horizontal lines and painted the walls a light beige.
This client had a very clear design vision for her space and everything that she picked out coordinated perfectly. She had really taken the time to do her research before our initial design meeting and had come into the planning session having already picked out her sink, light fixture, and wall tile.
She had found the wall tile on our website in the design gallery.
One of our favorite accent pieces is the glass pendant that hangs above the sink. We used a WAC Lighting Allure Tiagra pendant. The amber colored glass with dark tiger stripes beautifully compliments the thin, horizontal wall tiles and the similarly striped DreamLine glass vessel sink. Plus, by off-setting the faucet and custom-cutting the counter top, we were able to give the appearance of additional counterspace.
The end result is a light, open, and efficient bathroom that didn’t have to compromise style for space.
What do you love most about this bathroom? We would love to hear in the comments!