Often when designing a bathroom, the space that is available can prove to be a bit restricting, but this shortcoming doesn't have to cramp your style. Considering the space needed for maneuvering at the door and in front of cabinets and fixtures dictates the layout. In the above example, we have increased the space at the entry door, by reducing the cabinets a bit. This adds interest to the sink area, by making it appear to pop out. Another element in this design, which adds a nice contemporary touch, is the way the counter material continues past the tempered glass, into the shower to become a bench. This provides a contemporary gesture, and also accentuates the overall length of the room, helping it to appear longer.
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