my scandinavian home: Tiny Cabin Bathroom Sneak Peek


*GSI Ceramica and Cristina Rubinetterie are kindly partnering in our venture. 

I are not able to notify you how substantially development we’ve produced in the toilet at the cabin* because I shared the first programs. After a copious quantity of get the job done (who knew a 3.6 m2 (38f2) bathroom could take up so considerably time?), it really is finally coming together! In actuality, it is really just about concluded, woohoooo! Right here are some snapshots of the development which I snapped with my phone. Oh, and I’d like to listen to your feelings on some of the ultimate information too. 

It truly is been entertaining to see the house occur together – one particular layer at a time, starting off from the bare bones. 

Wall tiles

For the shower and lessen portion of the wall we chose matt white square tiles with a very simple white grouting (I felt this would give a cleaner, much less fussy appear in such a small place). 

Wall mounted bathroom and faucets

I like a wall hung loo (specially the WC Kube X from GSI Ceramica) they look so modern and also help to add to an airier sense in a tiny room. I was also keen to put in wall mounted faucets (I chosen the Basin Mixer CRITV257 from series Tricolore Verde by CRISTINA Rubinetterie)However, in get to achieve this we wanted to construct out a section of the wall by 15 cm (huge ample to suit a Gerberit cistern). I was a minimal anxious as it can be by now a narrow lavatory – but essentially, I am thrilled with the final result. The shelf has turned out to be a genuine reward!  

Bathroom paint color

Wall mounted sink and cabinet

This is a shut up of the smooth, timeless Kube X washbasin (60 x 47) in matt white. I am so content with it as nicely as the Prisma Unit cabinet (also from GSI Ceramica) – it really is fantastic for storage, and since the whole device is mounted, it offers the illusion of area. 

Taps and shower

Shower door

We however need to add a glass wall (80 cm broad) amongst the shower and sink. Nevertheless, I haven’t made a decision if we also require a shower doorway (70 cm extensive) across the entrance, what do you consider? 

Flooring tiles and specifics

And lastly – the stone flooring. I sourced the Tumbled Turtle tiles from Swedish model Stiltje (I adore the operator Pamela she has remarkable style!). We definitely splurged on these and the moment the flooring had been laid, there ended up a couple of tiles leftover which we utilized for the ledge previously mentioned the sink and a corner shelf in the shower.  

I hope you like what we have finished so considerably! I am so thrilled the bathroom is practically concluded. We’re on the house straight! 


The up coming stage is to add:

1. A shower wall and likely a shower door 

2. A privacy film inside the backyard glass doorway (or need to we go for a blind?) 

3. A loo roll holder – any views on in which this should really go? 

4. Hooks for towels, robes, swimwear and so forth. 

5. All our toiletries! 

I might love to hear your two pennies worthy of! 

With any luck , it will all be concluded in the next handful of weeks – I am so wanting forward to sharing the last expose at the time everything is in place!


All shots taken with my Apple iphone. 

*For these of you who are new to My Scandinavian Dwelling – For each and I are creating a 30 m2 (323 f2) cabin in the backyard of my Mother-in-law’s summer cottage on Sweden’s West coast. You can see the designs listed here. 


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