Decorating a bathroom with space limitations, whether horizontal or vertical, is a difficult task and one that requires a lot of ingenuity. Let's see here some very particular solutions that may be useful or that you can adapt to your needs. Without further ado we begin.
When what limits you is the structure of the roof, for example to be a sloping roof, you have to contrive to distribute the elements according to the height normally required for use. Here, for example, the toilet has been installed in the lower area.
Here it has been preferred to take advantage of the part with less height to install a bathtub with shower in the highest part.
When there is very little space and we want to install a shower in a bathroom with a sloping roof we can resort to also cover the ceiling with tiles. It is a good way to avoid problems of humidity.
The bathrooms installed in the bedroom are usually not very large. A very good option for not reducing the room visually is to resort to glass walls. Everything will look more spacious, the room and the bathroom itself.
Another solution is to leave walls and create an open area. Here, the toilet area has been partially closed with a small wall.
If we install a bathroom integrated into the bedroom, we will provide it with a floor covering that is its own and differentiated from the rest of the room if wood or carpet has been used. We will thus avoid the continuous wetting of these surfaces.
In a narrow bathroom we will install the toilet in the bottom and the sink on one side. We take full advantage of the area of our mini bathroom.
Another solution is the one used here when installing the toilet in a corner next to the bathtub. The idea is to leave as much free space as possible in the access area.
The mirrors, as you already know perfectly well, are a sensational resource to create a feeling of spaciousness. So although our bathroom is small, the mirror is better.
There is no problem about it. We can even cover the entire area of the sink with a large mirror that occupies the entire wall.
The Japanese-style bathtubs, deeper but less spacious than usual, go very well for small spaces. We see here how we can have a bathtub and shower in the space that a normal bathtub would occupy.
Actually having a comfortable bathroom, however small, is just a matter of looking good and deciding rightly. As we see in this bathroom for which a bathtub was found that fits like a glove.