If you need a big tub, then make sure you’re saving space elsewhere. Incorporate built-in shelves into the wall behind the bathtub for towels and products.
An oval-shaped sink looks softer and gives you more counter space than a square. And if you’re lacking in drawer space, you need every inch of counter you can get.
Towel bars = the best way to save surface space. If you can get a washstand with towel bars, it’ll look even sleeker.
Instead of a double sink vanity, a long design could save you serious space. The sink and countertop are all one piece and it’s long enough that two people can get ready at the same time.
Towel racks above the tub are both convenient (no more tip-toeing around when you’re soaking wet!) and save on wall space.
Don’t be afraid of large pieces in a small bathroom. A giant mirror over a tub creates the illusion of a larger space.
Run tile from the bathroom floor straight into the shower stall. It makes the room feel larger. If you change materials, it interrupts the space.
Make sure every piece has a purpose. Choose mirrors with drawers or shelves if you don’t want to go for a traditional medicine cabinet.
Skip the foggy glass or dark curtain, and opt for glass doors. It’ll make the shower feel like livable square footage.