1) To conserve room space, get an elevated toilet
You may save space by installing it high on the wall, especially if the area is tiny. Install the toilet
at a standard height so that everyone may use it. If you wish, the toilet can be mounted on the floor. This, however, may take up more room.
2) For a streamlined design, use a sliding glass door in the shower
Use a glass door that slides rather than opens to make a stand-up shower more streamlined and space-conscious. Because a slide glass door can be even more costly than a shower curtain, you may want to go with the curtain if you’re on a budget. You may not need to install a whole shower door in some instances. It’s enough to have a long pane of glass on the front of the shower
with enough space to go in and out.
3) Considering a particularly luxury alternative, a free-standing bathtub
Sometimes when you enjoy taking soothing baths, a bathtub
that rests on the ground and is not mounted to the wall might be a fantastic alternative. For a luxury look, choose a circular tub or one with claw feet. Before you buy a free-standing tub, be sure you have an adequate area in your bathroom.
4) To conserve room, hover the sink
For a limited area, choose a sink
with rounded sides. Alternatively, you may mount it to the wall so that it hovers and takes up less space. For a small area, a hanging trough sink is a suitable choice. For a wide rather than small, a circular sink on a slim pedestal is a suitable choice. To conserve space and provide extra storage, look for a sink that pairs well with a vanity that has a shelf.
5) Choose a faucet and taps that are proportionate to the size of the sink.
Look for a faucet
that fits the sink well and The taps should be the same color as the faucet. To conserve space, use a faucet that floats and is installed into the wall.