November 22, 2019
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Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre with the Wanchai hills behind, courtesy of Fast Media. Photo by Graham Uden from his aerial visual feast photo essay book 'Above Hong Kong Island'/ photo: Graham Uden

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3. Create ample storage. Make sure you have enough storage to keep all items hidden (preferably behind opaque, mirrored, or frosted doors), even if this means adding a cabinet to the space. It’s important that everything have a place.

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Tubs make a big difference and have the potential to be the main focus when creating the mood you want for your space. For the renovation of this Brookline, Massachusetts home, Butz Klug Architecture utilized a palette of white and teak—anchored by an elegant bathtub. The architects were able to maximize the small space by creating a sleek storage solution above the bath. They also added special touches like heated floors. 

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Don't let windows get in your way. Pulleys and rope can hoist mirrors into place for a rustic vanity.

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The traditional barn door was deemed a complete misfit in the urbane city setting where it not only felt out of place, but also less than useful. In the case of the bathroom, there is the added annoyance of the sliding barn door leaving out a gap or two that many of us find jarringly uncomfortable. But soon interior designers decided to turn this perception on its head by adding those heavy wooden sliding barn doors to modern homes. Bringing an entirely new texture to a space dominated by stone and concrete, the woodsy barn door offers a breath of unmitigated freshness.

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2. Go through your daily routine, and put back only those items you use on an everyday basis. If you don’t touch it at least once a day, it doesn’t belong in your bathroom. Keep those seldom-used items in a box in your linen closet instead.

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