Bath Room and Ceramic Tile Floor In Hong Kong's Happy Valley—where land is scarce and living spaces are usually pretty small—multi-disciplinary design practice Lim+Lu revived a three-bedroom apartment in an old residential building into a gleaming, visually-expanded abode. 
With the aim of separating various functional zones while maintaining privacy, freeing up space, and making the apartment look bigger than its actual  size (1,206 square feet), Lim+Lu incorporated suspended glass and sliding doors made with black powder-coated stainless steel.  Photo 1 of 15 in What's the Best Way to Save Space in a Small Bathroom?
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Bath Room, One Piece Toilet, and Ceramic Tile Floor  Photo 3 of 15 in What's the Best Way to Save Space in a Small Bathroom?
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Ceramic Tile Floor, Subway Tile Wall, Recessed Lighting, Wall Mount Sink, Bath Room, Ceramic Tile Wall, and One Piece Toilet The new powder room includes a wall-hung Toto toilet and wall-hung Duravit sink, white subway wall tiles and charcoal gray medium hex floor tiles to create a functional space that feels larger than it is.   Photo 2 of 15 in What's the Best Way to Save Space in a Small Bathroom? from 14th Avenue Remodel
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