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17 Tiny Bathrooms We Love. In a small bathroom, every inch matters. This vanity stretches all the way to the edge of the tub, making the most of available wall space to create the largest countertop possible.

17 Tiny Bathrooms We Love. In a small bathroom, every inch matters. This vanity stretches all the way to the edge of the tub, making the most of available wall space to create the largest countertop possible.

Example of an installed Maverick clawfoot tub with Old World Bronze trim. I love that it still has a stand up shower!

Example of an installed Maverick clawfoot tub with Old World Bronze trim. I love that it still has a stand up shower!

Dehlia's bathroom from our Small Cool 2009 contest is one of our favorite examples of small space put to good use. At just 4 x 6 feet, it's a lesson in quality over quantity, and it (and other bathrooms from the archives) offer tips for making the most of a closet-sized space.

Dehlia's bathroom from our Small Cool 2009 contest is one of our favorite examples of small space put to good use. At just 4 x 6 feet, it's a lesson in quality over quantity, and it (and other bathrooms from the archives) offer tips for making the most of a closet-sized space.

Skip the shower door. If your bathroom is about 5 feet wide, that's just enough space to squeeze in a toilet and a 30- by 60-inch tub. With tight conditions such as these, consider a glass panel instead of a glass shower door. It will keep most of the water in the shower and will free up needed elbow room.

Skip the shower door. If your bathroom is about 5 feet wide, that's just enough space to squeeze in a toilet and a 30- by 60-inch tub. With tight conditions such as these, consider a glass panel instead of a glass shower door. It will keep most of the water in the shower and will free up needed elbow room.

What to do when you love your tiny bathroom, but it can't accommodate the bathtub you desperately want? For one owner, the solution was to conceal the tub below the floor.

What to do when you love your tiny bathroom, but it can't accommodate the bathtub you desperately want? For one owner, the solution was to conceal the tub below the floor.

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