14 Great Ways to Design Corners in the Restroom

Toilet space is tight for the majority of us. Maximize your toilet’s function and style by looking at the corners in new ways. Whether you require additional storage, a way to squeeze from the sink, the very best shower stall positioning or a striking accent piece, be sure to look at all the angles.

Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction

A shower bench. A microcorner from the shower is a fantastic place to get a shower bench that is within reach of the sprayers but will not get in the way when you’re standing. This is great for universal style, leg shaving and within-reach storage of shampoos and other goods.

Normandy Remodeling

A shower stall. Pony walls round a corner shower stall enclose sink areas and supply a backsplash. Using clear glass to enclose the booth keeps a more open atmosphere and leaves the space feel larger.

Lori Gentile Interior Design

A freestanding bathtub. It may cut the corner and split up rectilinear lines.

Mahoney Architects and Interiors

Display shelves or a niche. This recessed shelf offers space for all of those lavish products for the bath.

Astleford Interiors, Inc..

The sink. A corner sink is a great space saver in a powder room or little bathroom; it allows clearance from a doorway that opens inward.

Jeneration Interiors

This designer has treated the fixture and furniture design the same manner like in any other room. The majority of the fixtures in a bathroom usually have to get pushed up against walls for plumbing functions; angling the corner walls keeps this interesting.

Eddy Homes

Here’s a take on corner sink placement. Note the way the narrow angled accent wall accentuates this contemporary sink. In addition, it is a fantastic lesson in scale; the height of the mirror and wall in addition to the positioning of the sconces stand until the high ceilings.


A shower accent. Small mosaic tiles have a huge presence on both sides of this shower stall’s corner.

Cravotta Interiors

Shower shelves. Like the angled shower bench we saw earlier, corner shower shelves keep goods handy yet out of the way.

Hint: Don’t forget to look at your biggest bottles when planning out the height of your shelves.

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Shannon Poe

An upper cupboard. Sometimes the place in which two counters meet can be awkward. This mirrored cupboard marries both arched mirrors along with the vanities.

Kelley & Company Home

A medicine cabinet. This vintage door reaches the tall corner storage cabinet in a exceptional way.

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A vanity. A corner is a great place for nestling at a vanity dressing table — it makes the dressing table area feel just like its own distinct space.

Debra Toney, AIA Assoc.

A plant. An orchid, freshly cut flowers, a hands or another plant can breathe fresh life into a bathroom corner.

McClellan Architects

Windows. A pair of windows that around the bend will double the view you like while taking a boil.

Gavin Design-Build Inc..

The commode. The way that this unit is angled gives more room on each side in this semiprivate stall.

Wolstenholme Associates, LLC

Shelves. These floating shelves include appealing storage at a place that would otherwise be wasted space.

More: Want tips for taking advantage of corners in other rooms? Have a look at corners from the kitchen, corners at the house office, corners from your bedroom and corners at the living room and family room.

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