Tiny house bathroom ideas are one of the most difficult rooms in the house to remodel because of things that really cannot be moved, such as the toilet and the bathtub or shower. When it’s time to remodel your bathroom, consider some different ideas to use the space you have wisely and more efficiently.
Upgrade your bathroom by removing the bathtub and replacing it with a shower cabin. Use space freed up to build storage shelves. Some bathtubs take up to 6 feet of space in length, where a typical shower stall occupies only about 2 feet. Make sure it is possible to remove your bath tub for the rest of your house. Consider sending the bathtub through the bathroom window if your rooms are too arrowed or if there are immovable obstacles in the way. Do all your measurement before starting the bathroom remodeling to avoid a nuisance in the center of the project.
Place a new stack that fits your bathroom better and give it a little more storage space. Replace standing sinks with cabinet sinks, even if the cabinets are small. Otherwise, the space under the sink is lost and cannot be used for anything. Make your own cabinet if you cannot find something that fits. Build a refrigerator with measurements for the space you have. Buy a drop in the sink and fit it into a hole that can be cut with a jigsaw. Look for smaller sinks in vintage home stores or order a special order item from your local hardware store.