Minimalist in its design, yet incredibly stylish and effective, this bathroom gets its panache by combining design elements and colors in a new, contemporary fashion. Especially fetching and functional is the long floating vanity in brown wood that spans an entire wall of the space. It features his and her dressing areas and plenty of storage space for towels and what-nots.
Long, narrow niches make stylish, practical shelving in this master bathroom for accessories and houseplants. The tidy arrangement of the shower in the corner leaves enough room for a luxurious soaking tub.
To create function in this long, narrow bathroom, designers chose slim, extended length fixtures. To add a touch of glamour to the space, gray and white tile was installed on the floors and halfway up the wall, while the wood vanity adds storage and warmth.
This romantic, neutral master bathroom from HGTV Dream Home 2009 is a feast for the eyes. At the end of the long, narrow room sits a grand Victorian-style tub, offset by gleaming hardwood floors. Custom cabinetry offers ample room for double vanities and plenty of storage.
In this long, narrow bathroom white walls and trim and a large window help the space feel more open. Cabinets are painted in contrasting sky blue, a pretty pop of color that's as serene as the rest of room.
This long, narrow master bathroom takes advantage of every inch of its square footage. A built-in vanity is tucked in across from a spacious tiled shower. Cabinetry is two-toned for added interest, and a petite chandelier adds sparkle.
This modern bathroom layout abandons the traditional separation of toilet and shower in favor of merging them into one long, narrow wet room with frosted glass panels to preserve privacy. Dark wood floating cabinets make up the sleek vanity with dual sinks to complete the minimalist design.
A skylight illuminates this modern Brooklyn bathroom and opens up the long, narrow space. A sleek modern vanity with dual sinks features a dark-stained finish that adds warmth. Frameless glass on the shower enclosure visually extends the room.
Because they're already plumbed, bathrooms can be a great place to tuck in a washer and dryer. Natalie Sheedy of Natalie Sheedy Interiors took advantage of this long, narrow space, installing appliances at one end and screening them off with a pretty curtain. Extending the deep orange paint color into the laundry area makes it feel of a piece with the rest of the room.
This bathroom was long and narrow, so the space needed to be opened up both functionally and visually, which was achieved by elevating everything off the floors. A black-and-white color palette with touches of gray keeps the design simple and clean, and dimension is added through a variety of textures—the marble subway tiles, mixed metals and using light grouting to juxtapose the black floor tiles.