A small bathroom is no reason to limit yourself in functionality and design. Proper planning that allows you to optimally use every centimeter of space competent selection of plumbing and bathroom furniture will help organize a cozy interior.

A bathroom renovation should begin with an analysis of the internal layout - to evaluate the possibility of moving a wall or part of it to get more space for a washing machine or a shower cabin. Thick walls are great for hidden cabinets that help solve the lack of storage space. Every bathroom, regardless of size, should be divided into two zones during the design phase – a wet zone and a dry zone. The sink and mirror are best placed opposite the door. If the bathroom is combined with a bathroom, the toilet should be located slightly. Every centimeter can be used as functionally as possible. You need to think through everything in advance and choose the right style, size, and shape of furnishings from our collections.


When choosing to plumb, of course, you must consider the size of the bathroom. Bathroom supply store collections feature a wide variety of furniture and sanitary ware in different sizes and styles. You can find small bathtubs, compact toilets, concealed installation systems, corner washbasins, and 18-inch bathroom vanity or 36 inch bathroom vanity. It is also worth looking at plumbing and wall-mounted table. Wall-mounted toilets, sink, and furniture look light, don’t take up precious floor space and make cleaning easier. This installation method also hides the tank and pipes inside the wall. Installing a bathtub with a shower screen will allow you to enjoy a bath and a refreshing shower.


Experts recommend that you exercise restraint in your choice of colors, materials, and styles for small bathrooms. This will help you avoid visual clutter and detail overload. In the design of a small space, you can use mirrors and plain shiny surfaces that allow you to enlarge the room visually. Laconic MDF furniture in sharp shapes and light colors expands the space and makes it more orderly. The same applies to finishing materials for the floor and walls. Pay attention to light, cold tones that will allow you to move the walls away slightly. White, gray, beige, and light blue ceramic tiles are ideal. A good solution is to use large sizes of tiles - when adequately laid, they will visually add a few centimeters to your bathroom. Another technique often used by designers is the same floor and wall tiles. Thus, spatial boundaries are blurred, and the room visually enlarges.


Small spaces require order. To this end, we try to hide as many different necessary little things and detergents as possible in the lockers. The bathroom, where order reigns, looks much more considerable. Wall-mounted column cabinets are a practical solution for a small bathroom as they can be ■■■■■■ with baskets and drawers. The space above a flush-mounted toilet structure can also be used for cabinets or shelves. Another great idea is to hang a cabinet with a mirror and lights above the washbasin. You can store cosmetics, and decorative lighting will add coziness to the room.


Border, or frieze, is a tile of the same length as the base but narrower. They decorate the interior with it and perform design tasks for zoning space and framing elements. The surface of the borders can be embossed, smooth or patterned.

Stuccoed cornices and borders, corners, and bulging “pencils” are still produced but used infrequently. For example, they serve to create a specific style in the interior, baroque or classic.

Decorin modern design can also serve as a border. With the help of a border layout of decorative inserts in the format of a background tile, you can create a wide strip around the perimeter of the room or from floor to ceiling. This technique differs from the wallpaper principle of laying the scenery in bulk or from the doctrine of the panel, for which it received the name “border laying.” Often, a strip of inserts is also supplemented with thin, for example, metal borders, enhancing the aesthetic effect.