In the early 1990s we took a trip to Asia. In one particular place of lodging we had the tiniest full bath I had ever seen or used; If I stuck my elbows out, one could rest on the edge of the sink and the other could touch the door. My feet were in the shower. The whole room was grounded so there were no electrical issues even though it was a little creepy having outlets and lights exposed to shower spray.
In our ranch house, there were originally two tiny Jack and Jill bathrooms connecting the bedrooms on either side of the hall. While we changed one bathroom and made it hall accessible only, we kept the other bathroom as a Jack and Jill.
Because the space in the bathroom is so small, the old pedestal sink actually overlapped the window, and while the window is nice and large, I didn’t want the sink in the way even a little bit. It would just look weird to me. My creative construction guru, aka brother, aka Rick with Remington Construction, came up with a great custom hanging vanity that follows the contour of the sink, doesn’t jut into the window space and also showcases the little cobalt sink perfectly. Love love love it.