Everybody loves extra space in their bathroom, but adding square footage isn't always an option. Here are several design principles and techniques you can use to provide an expansive feeling in a small space.
By Rob FanjoyMore in Bathroom
If you have alternative storage or a linen closet, replace the vanity cabinet with a pedestal or wall-mount sink. While the additional floor space won't exactly be usable, it will trick the eye into believing the room is larger.
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