[ Added: I just got out the tape measure, paper & pencil. Sure measures small. Overall, 4'10" X 5'10". The slope in ceiling starts almost immediately and reaches 6' clearance about 38" into bath, just above the stool. (Not for a tall man, huh!) Even this diminutive vanity at 12" deep may be too much. At about 8" a vanity would start into the traffic pattern/doorway. Maybe some creative shallow storage solution is available. I don't like pedestal sinks cause loss of storage. I actually think that should be illegal. Absolute max width on "vanity" would be 24". Existing sink protudes from wall at 13" :)]
I have a very small bath, not powder room. Only have a tub w/ no shower, small sq footage (haven't measured yet), sloped, curved ceiling to rear. Looking for compact ideas like diminutive sink/vanity. (Yea, I never heard that term before in this way so I had to look it up). In a word: tiny.
I have been seeing these shallow vanities around and thinking that way. Maybe a bar sink vs standard lav. Narrrow spaced faucet or single hole, maybe mounted in a corner.
Is this correct: From a designing point of view, adding horizontal lines (wallpaper, wainscoting), using light colors, using similiar colors/finishes, shiny/reflective stuff , lots of light would add visual space. It has a window in it w/ nice views from the throne, but will replace this jalousie type w/ a good quality vinyl. Double hung or maybe slider in this case cause I plan to have a handheld occasion shower option in this room. Then, no horizonatal plane for water to rest on??
I would like to stick around the original 1934 look. I'm gonna use beadboard wainscoting, probably stick w/ a cream white, resurface tub (Not DIYing that)in same, "whitewash" paint the trashed solid oak floor, maybe scrape most of paint layers off pine trim for a distressed look.
Anyway, I tried to find some of these diminutive vanities online but no luck. Can't remember what box stores I saw them in.
This photo (below) was in an This Old House article but no reference to manu.
Got any other ideas/suggestions.
Existing, probably self-explanatory: