So, your bathroom might be tiny, but that doesn't necessarily mean that you have to choose a shower over a bath. The standard bath is around 1700mm long, but many manufacturers make more compact tubs. Check them out, you might just find one that will fit into your space.
You can even get roll-top and slipper baths in mini-me versions. And remember if you can raise the tub off the floor on legs you will make your room feel larger. The downside of this is there is more floor to clean and it's not easy to get a mop under there.
Whilst free-standing baths are beautiful and have an air of glamour about them, built-in baths sometimes work better in particularly compact spaces. You can tuck them right into the corners, combine them with a shower enclosure and tile them so that they blend into the background and, consequently, make the room feel more spacious.
Read on to find out how levitating your sanitaryware can lengthen your bathroom here
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