1920's Remodel and Basement ExtensionTransitional Bathroom, London

Wall hung WCs and vanity basins make small bathroom neater and easier to clean. The natural pebble mosaic tiles and wooden mirror surround and storage shelves give it a calm feel.
CLPM project manager tip - always consider access of cisterns and pipework etc for future maintenance when fitting a bathroom. It's also a good idea to keep a few spares of the tiles used in a safe place in case any get damaged and need replacing in the future.

Photo of a small transitional bathroom in London with a wall-mount sink, an alcove shower, a wall-mount toilet, white tile, ceramic tile, white walls and pebble tile floors. —  Houzz
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Amanda Pollard added this to 9 Small-Bathroom Challenges and How to Solve Them10 May 2017

1. Free up floor spaceProblem: You’re feeling crammed in your tiny bathroom. Solution: Create the illusion of space by freeing up the floor area. Choose wall-hung sinks and toilets that float above ground and leave the area below clear. Your washroom will feel airier, and you’ll create some versatile storage space for stowing baskets or rubbish bins beneath the sink.Browse bathrooms with wall-hung toilets

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cut out for 2nd bathroom timber mirror frame hidden cistern shower fitting

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