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Corner Sinks Are Small Bath Space Savers
If you're looking for a neat space-saving solution for a small bathroom, just head for the corner. Sinks and vanities designed to nestle in this often unused spot not only add functionality and free up floor space, but add a fresh and unexpected slant to your overall design.
Pictured above: This custom wedge-shaped vanity doesn't need to be center stage to grab the spotlight, thanks to its exotic hardwood veneers and eye-catching vessel sink. The wall-mounted faucet is an additional wow... factor that frees up counter space.Continue to 2 of 10 below.
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Am I Blue?
Los Angeles designer Hillary Thomas describes this charming powder room's style as "Vintage Nouveau," thanks to its quirky yet timeless appeal. The curved corner vanity with Carrara marble top complements the traditional decor and provides welcome storage space. And because it blends seamlessly with the white beadboard paneling, this vanity merely whispers its presence, allowing the bold teal walls to get most of the attention. You can find a similar vanity at The Home Depot.Continue to 3 of 10 below.
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Uncluttered DIY Design
By matching the oak counter of this corner sink with the floor and window molding, the clever owners of this Massachusetts home, featured on Apartment Therapy, needed little more than a complementary tissue holder to complete the uncluttered design of this tiny bathroom. The use of natural wood and neutral paint give this bathroom a universally loved style that adds value to your home.Continue to 4 of 10 below.
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Simple and Luxurious
While ample in square footage, this sumptuously spare New England master bath designed by ZeroEnergy Design and Kauffman Tharp features a floating corner countertop that helps to visually expand the space. The combination of white, neutral beige and light grey make this bathroom an instant and eternal classic.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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A Clear Winner
TradeWinds Imports' Balboa is a modern, wall-mounted corner unit that creates an airy, almost weightless feel in a small bath. The striking countertop and matching vessel sink are made of thick tempered glass, designed to accommodate a single-hole faucet. I also love the integrated stainless-steel towel bar.Continue to 6 of 10 below.
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Rustic Cabin Style
This fabulous cabin bathroom by Peace Design may be small, but it's big on Paul Bunyan style. The Kohler sink, mounted on the structure's hewn log wall, lends an industrial, no-nonsense vibe (see similar models here). A deep farmhouse-style sink is just what's needed to finish this space--also note the barrel-style tub right at the edge of the bottom left corner of the photo.Continue to 7 of 10 below.
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Sleek, Contemporary Style
With its sleek lines and single-hole faucet, the Gordy wall-mount sink is perfect for a transitional or contemporary bathroom. Combine it with neutrals, as in this picture, or with more colorful paint and accessories. The white will suit any style, and the floating installation will open up the space for extra shelves, baskets, or any suitable organizing method you prefer.Continue to 8 of 10 below.
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Petite and Demure
When space in a traditional-style bath is at a premium, this romantic wall-hung sink fits snugly in the tightest corner. Handcrafted of vitreous china, the Carline features decorative fluting on the underside and a heart-shaped integrated overflow. It's perfect for a girl's private bathroom, or for adults who like a feminine touch to their space.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Clean And Green
This custom corner cabinet designed by Tucson, AZ firm Greener Lives LLC increased the floor space in this tiny bathroom, while the tall medicine cabinet in the corner added extra room for toiletries. A specially-mounted light fixture provides good illumination in front of the angled mirror. There's plenty of space on each side of the sink for toothbrushes and creams, but not enough that it will become cluttered.Continue to 10 of 10 below.
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A Model of Efficiency
Who says a corner has to be constraining? American Standard's Cornice is a compact pedestal sink that's big on looks and efficiency. This sink features a rim that slants inward to ensure proper drainage. For a barely-there look, pair this with marble or white tile, or introduce some contrast with a dark-colored background.