Is your style being cramped by the size of your bathroom? When you think about the bathroom of your dreams, it probably doesn’t come across as stuffy or small, does it? Developing a room with restricted square footage is a challenge.
You’ll have to put in twice the work for just about half of the size! However, things don’t need to be so bleak. Here are 5 design ideas you should consider to upgrade a small-size bathroom.
Optimize Wasted Space
Each aspect of the room is important when a small size area is being designed. You’ll have to do some out-of-the-box thinking here. Vanity should always be chosen over the average pedestal sink. However, if your bathroom cabinetry storage is fairly limited, then a small wall cabinet placed over the toilet will be another way of using space that otherwise goes wasted.
By having extra cabinets installed over the toilet (and/or on one side of the vanity mirror), you’ll be able to maximize storage without cutting back on floor space. Now, if you don’t have very much countertop space in the bathroom, then installation of a small vessel sink will be a stylish, helpful, and smart solution.
Use Shower Doors Made of Glass
Shower curtains cover a major portion of the bathroom. This is something you want to avoid considering your bathroom is already small. By having a glass shower door installed, you’ll be able to preserve visibility while making sure that the bathroom doesn’t look any smaller. Also, they are very simple to sanitize!
Consider Freestanding Tubs
If the bathroom of your dreams has its own freestanding tub, then you are in luck. Small bathrooms are the perfect place for such tubs. Sure, the average bathtub that is wall-mounted is fine. However, freestanding tubs preserve floor space. Also, they add some elegance to the bathroom, so much so that they make the inhabitant forget its actual size!
Towels Can Be Hung Inconspicuously
Visual towel bars with cumbersome bath towels come across as clutter – particularly if wall space is fairly limited. Instead of hogging space, towel bars should be hidden behind the door on a wall. You can also use a minimalist approach with bathroom hardware by using robe hooks to hang your towels!
Use Oversized Mirrors and a Large-Scale Pattern
Some ideas can help you preserve physical space inside small bathrooms, while other times, tricks are involved. When you are choosing a certain pattern for your small bathroom, go with a large-scale option. An oversized mirror makes a room look larger than it is, even though such saved space is only a matter of perception.
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