Don't Cut Corners~ Make use of awkward angles by filling them with corner shelf units. Here, a corner cabinet sits on the countertop, making the most out of a problematic space. Also, consider open shelves, which help your bathroom look more spacious.
Feminine Charm-What this bathroom lacks in size it makes up for in sweet style, thanks to a handful of decorative touches. A tiny bench tucked under a window holds fresh-cut flowers, decorative soaps, and extra towels. The room’s gentle peach and soft green color palette keeps the narrow space feeling open and inviting.
Maximize Light The right lighting can make all the difference in the bathroom. You'll see yourself at your best with the right combination of light sources in the right locations. If lighting is a problem, simply add another fixture or two. The best light for grooming is achieved via light from above the mirror as well as from both sides. Replace heavy window treatments with sheers that ensure privacy but let in natural light.