Love your tiny sink!
no much you can do unless the bathroom can be larger . The plumbing is best optimized , if revert the door to open outside you can have bigger vanity . By the style of the bathroom i would sayed never been renovated , probably need to upgrade plumbing and electrical .
That toilet closet appears too small. Not sure the rest of the layout but consider knocking that room out in place of a pony wall.
when was this home built?
Strip wallpaper and paint, replace toilet with a white compact one, sink with a white wall-hung one. New tile if budget allows. Should look like a new place. Don't change plumbing or you'll end up with code issues...
Obviously the first question is "Budget?"
The simple solution would be to replace the toilet & refinish the sink. Replace the handles on the Faucets. Retile the floor add tile Base. Re texture the walls, if possible add some recessed shelves & Paint walls with a lighter color.
Pocket door, strip wallpaper. Fresh paint, pedestal sink, trim around window and new trim on floor. Larger tile on the floor. Larger Framed mirror .
No any pedestal sink...It is as it is!
We have that exact sink! And a very small powder room stuck in the 80s. Only difference is our door is on a side wall, and there is no window. We're no where near finished, but just ripping down the pink floral and stripey wall paper has made a huge difference (including revealing the toilet is in fact white, not pale pink). We're going to replace the rather unappealing plastic sink with a tiny ceramic one with new taps, and the old plastic cistern with a new colonial style ceramic one, and new seat (keeping the toilet base as it is in good condition, and classic style). Then new paint, and a good clean and regrout to the floor, new light shade, toilet roll holder, storage in one corner and art.
thanks for all the ideas
the house was built in the 70s and the room has to stay the same size thanks
I agree with other commentors - install a more compact toilet and updated sink, strip wallpaper and paint white or light color, new tile floor, etc. Two thoughts... Have you thought of a split door to maximize entry space into the bathroom? And/or enlarging the window for maximum light which will make the space feel larger.