Thursday, September 19, 2013

A Smart Narrow Bathroom


There was a lot of inspiration in the narrow bathroom of the Hotel Allegro, where I stayed for one of my there nights in Chicago last week.  From the wall to the tub there were 4 floor tiles - so I'm guessing 4 ft.  The narrow marble counter with sink had plenty of room and the angled edge made for a more spacious feeling.

The mirror ran almost the full length above the sink.


Plenty of storage space below too.

Stacked subway tile didn't compete with the geometric wallpaper.  Loved the pretty blue ceiling too.


A small profile light with simple lines and just enough space for a makeup mirror tucked in the corner.

One other note, the door to the bathroom was a split door that opened out, like small, solid french doors.

14 comments:

SHERRY HART said...

OK...I love that bathroom...the wallpaper...tile!

Tammy Chrzan said...

That IS a nice bathroom!! I can never seem to get all of my bathroom "Items" in one place! My bubble bath alone takes up a lot of room so I've started to scale back, a cluttered bathroom just doesn't look nice!
Tammy

Ashley said...

Very efficient use of space. Don't even get me started on that Goyard-inspired wallpaper.

René said...

Oh my word...this is perfect!

An Urban Cottage said...

That's VERY smart looking.

Elisa of Fancy Free Me said...

small and chic! thats totally what i'm trying to obtain in my mini-bath. I love small spaces that are thoughtfully designed.

Dumbwit Tellher said...

The Osborn & Little Triffid wallpaper I have wanted to use in our flat; with the marble it's just gorgeous. Have a good weekend!

Linda {Calling it Home} said...

Very European. I love how well thought out all of this was.

Manohar singh said...
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pve design said...

very get smart!
pve

therelishedroost said...

Love the David Hicks graphic pattern, that is one sharp bathroom!
Have a great weekend, Karolyn

vicki archer said...

Perfect use of a small space!...love the ceiling colour too!...xv

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Beth of designPOST Interiors said...

What a great bathroom! I would have never guessed it was in a hotel.

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