narrow small bathroom after remodel
Photo: Jason Varney

After: A Few Feet Makes The Difference

Narrow doesn't have to mean cramped. But to Cyndi and Doug Alioth of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, their dark, tunnel-like master bath definitely felt crowded. Only about 5 feet wide, it had two interior walls that broke up the space, a small fiberglass shower insert, a single sink, and only one window. "We wanted the bath to feel more spacious and uncluttered," Cyndi says. So when the only practical way to expand it proved to be lengthwise, they stole 2 feet from the bedroom to square off a closet bumpout.

Shown: Lots of white tile and a frameless glass-enclosed shower create the illusion of size.

Tile: American Olean
Faucets: Danze
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