Having a small bathroom doesn’t mean it has to be pokey, cramped and feel tiny. There are plenty of ways you can update your space to make the most of your bathroom and leave the room feeling open, inviting and enjoyable.
Many people may think that there is no way to open up your bathroom if it is a small room and extending isn’t an option, but there are many small steps you can take to make the room feel as big as possible and many of them can be done quickly and easily.
The first tip for opening up any space, including the bathroom, is to use light colours. This will bring a lot more light into the room and therefore make it feel bigger.
Darker tones can look nice, however, they have a tendency to make small spaces seem even tinier, so you may wish to avoid them in the bathroom.
Another great tip for maximising your space is to use mirrors. These will help reflect light and give the impression of a larger space. Mirrored walls are popular in bathrooms and are easy to clean and look modern and sleek so they’re the perfect option for small rooms.
If you have an especially small space, it may be worth considering removing the bathtub and opting for a shower-only bathroom.
Baths can take up a lot of valuable floor space and they aren’t essential, so removing it may give you a lot of additional space to add storage or simply make the room feel larger.
Consider mounted shelving or alcoves as storage solutions in place of standing shelves and cabinets. While cabinets give a lot of storage space, they can be bulky and take up valuable room.
Floating shelves, shower niches and mounted towel rails are all great ways to free up floor space.
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