Shower/Tub Combination. The old standby for a full bathroom is still a functional, affordable way to incorporate a shower and tub in the same small space. Ideally, a home will have at least one tub (important for resale), and this traditional fixture fits the bill (and the budget).
A master bathroom with a whirlpool tub, a rainfall showerhead, heated floors and his and her sinks is great for some, but oftentimes, space and budget concerns bring most of us back down to earth. Don't let your small bathroom limit your dreams or creativity. There have been plenty of homeowners
What I like about this master bathroom design is how the tub forms part of the walk-in shower. It's a very clever use of space that enables both tub and walk-in shower without taking up a lot of space. Another fabulous small master bathroom with wood wall in shower (very interesting) and
Should you have a tub in your bathroom or should it be a shower? Why choose when you can have both? Don't even concern yourself with the lack of space. There are lots of ways in which you can make this combination work in small and large bathrooms alike plus, the tub shower combo is actually very
Contemporary bathroom design in a Collingwood warehouse apartment. Photography by Shania Shegedyn. This is an example of a small contemporary bathroom in Melbourne with an alcove shower, a one-piece toilet, white tile, ceramic tile, white walls, mosaic tile floors, black floor and a hinged shower door.
Small Bathroom with Shower This is another standard layout - a square 6ft x 6ft bathroom that accommodates a washbasin, toilet and a standard shower. Another possibility is to change the dimensions slightly to say 6ft 6in x 5 ft 5in and use corner fixtures. Small bathroom with Shower and Bath