BIG SPLASH IN A SMALL SPACE
IF YOUR bathroom is small, choose specific pieces to suit, Paco Jaanson Australia’s director, Ari Zorlu, says.
“One perfect fitting can transform the ordinary into a private sanctuary,” he says.
Here he offers design tips to make the most of a tight bathroom: BATHTUBS: A bathtub is not a necessity, especially when you have a small bathroom. However, if having a soak is a must, then check out the Rexa Unico Egg bathtub. It is designed for maximum relaxation, with different incline grades to provide comfort whether seated or lying down. The integrated shelf also makes up for the loss of floor space. SHOWERS: A modern bathroom calls for a clean, uncluttered look and a simple showerhead. Choose one that offers power and luxury. MIRRORS: A mirror is not only a functional addition to the bathroom, it also adds glamour and light. Look for a product that can do double duty, such as those that feature a large mirror plus floorto-ceiling storage. FLOATING VANITIES: Floating vanities, such as the Signature Buddy vanity (pacojaanson.com.au), combine a modern feel with simple design and make a small space appear less cluttered. DOWNSIZE THE TOILET: Modern toilets are eco-friendly and compact in design. Some are created with small apartments in mind.