I create a bathroom under the eaves
Hugo Hébrard for Prisca Pellerin
Atypical spaces, lack of ceiling height ... Lay out a bathroom under the eaves can be a real challenge. Once tamed space, these bathrooms are worth the detour. The m2 are optimized and ingenious storage fits into the space with style. We let you judge with these 5 bathrooms thoughts by pro's from Home Projects.
Long ignored, the attic is a real playground for the professionals of the decoration and the development. Room, small studio and especially bathroom full of character ... All rooms, or almost, find refuge there. Their arrangement nevertheless requires a minimum of reflection: limited ceiling height and atypical lines complicate the process. But the effort is often worth it. In secondary room, the bathroom easily fits under roof slopes cramped. The shower is lodged along the highest part while bath and storage slides to the lowest for an optimized space. Discover bathrooms that have tamed the attic with brio.
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1. A bathroom installs under the roof slope
Exposed beams, pronounced roof pitch and full volume, the layout of this bathroom was not obvious. The major asset? A very important brightness. The architect Prisca Pellerin used this feature to create a Parisian bathroom wit workshop, befitting the apartment. She find his intimacy behind a sliding glass door. A bathtub replaces a shower too big for the available space. Directly under the window, it's now the perfect place to bubble your head in the clouds. To give rhythm to the neutral tones of the small room, the pro played on a gradient of white and golden gray and multiple textures. A minimalist bathroom who does not lack character.
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Hugo Hébrard for Prisca Pellerin
2. A bathroom in the attic plays transparency
The owners of this property wanted to install a large master suite under the eaves. Interior designer Alexandrine Santafé has thought of an optimized and functional space. At the bottom of the roof slope, she installed storage and a vanity unit, thus liberating as much space as possible to place a shower cubicle. And not just any shower! Italian style, entirely in glass and complimented by a workshop canopy which houses a toilet. Sober, the space is nevertheless warm and can easily find his rhythm in a loft.
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Marie Létournel for Alexandrine Santafé
3. A bathroom in mini format
In this studio, everything has been thought in order tomaximize space and the bathroom is no exception to the rule. Although small and under the roof slope, it reveals all its potential under the expert eye of the interior designer Marion Lanoë. The pro favors a small washbasin in loft, so you can let the shower shine at the highest point of the room. The walls adopt small, immaculate white tiles that reflect natural light provided by the window. A mirror enlarges the bathroom a little more pocket size.
Sabine Serrad for Marion Lanoë
4. A bathroom in the attic full of pep
This small bathroom had to be able to accommodate a bath as well as toilets and obviously a vanity unit. Yes but here, steep roof slope and very small space made it difficult to arrange. Since the bathroom did not have a window, Olivia Charpentier from GCG Architects installed a workshop type canopy between the room and the room of water in order to let a maximum of natural light. The bathroom is functional everyday and full of charm despite its unusual lines.
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Christophe Rouffio for GCG Agency
5. A small bathroom is revealed in a loft
Slow slope, exposed beams ... The bathroom was rudimentary and impractical. The interior designer Sabrina Julien yet managed to create toilet, under the lowest part of the roof slope, in order to free space where a person would not need to stand up. A very large shower also finds its place at the bottom of the room. On the decoration side, the interior designer play with patterns and colors to illuminate the small space. The ceiling has a green hue of water, both bright and modern, while the walls and floors adopt light patterns that create a perspective effect.
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The bathroom before the renovations
Studio Beau Faire
David Cousin Marsy for the Beau Faire Studio