Achieve your wish list
You'll likely have your wish list of furniture and suite items to include within the room; so the aim is one of meeting those requirements without it feeling too full or cluttered.
Far from being a dead space, here are some effective ways in which corners can be the perfect spot to position key items.
In terms of size, your bath is likely to be the most dominant item in the room. A corner is therefore often the most natural home for it, opening up the centre section of the bathroom, and allowing traffic to flow freely.
While a long, narrow bath can work perfectly, it's not your only option - especially if your aim is to create a luxurious ambiance with the tub as a focal point. If it's going to be difficult to accommodate a freestanding slipper bath, a similar effect might be achievable with a corner bath, such as the iflo Strasbourg. This type of design combines practicality with a hint of opulence; two straight edges allow the unit to sit flush with the walls in a corner setting, while the curvaceous, oval styling adds a lavish touch to the room.