Mt Druitt - St Mary's Standard (East) - - LIFESTYLE -

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 (pa­co­jaan­, 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.

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