Having a small bathroom is your perfect chance to create a very welcoming space and there are plenty of ways in which you can create the illusion of more a spacious bathroom. With close attention to detail and careful planning you can transform the look and feel of your small bathroom, turning it into a place where you can truly unwind and relax.
Read the following tips to help you make the most of your small bathroom.
- First of all make sure that you de-clutter your bathroom and only keep in it what you actually use on a daily basis. This will not only help you to be better organised but can also create a more spacious feel.
Choose a new, stylish wall-mounted vanity unit so you can store all your daily essentials away out of sight. The wall-mounted design will provide the illusion of a larger bathroom and keeping all your toiletries stored away will mean surfaces are kept free from clutter.
- A toilet with a shorter projection than standard will maximise the floor space, making your small bathroom look and feel bigger.
- Wall-mounted toilets and basins are great for enhancing a feeling of space, plus they will create an ultra-modern look too.
Reflective surfaces such as mirrors and bathroom furniture with a high gloss finish will help to bounce the light around creating a bright and airy feel.
- If you enjoy the luxury of a relaxing soak there are plenty of small bath designs available that will suit your small bathroom. Why not choose a freestanding 1500mm compact bath to add a touch of hotel-spa style?
- Opt for a quadrant shower enclosure with sliding doors to maximise the space in your small bathroom. A quadrant shower enclosure has curved doors, which is a clever space saving design.
- Make use of a light colour scheme and natural materials such as stone to add a touch of luxury.
- A shower curtain can make a small bathroom feel more enclosed so instead replace it with a bath screen to help open up the room as well as creating a more minimalistic look and feel.
- Your fixtures and fittings such as accessories and lighting should feature a sleek, minimalist design to create a neat finish.
Author: Liz Robinson