Small bathrooms may seem difficult to design and use. But, you can choose some small bathroom design ideas that will provide more utility space. A little bit of squeezing along with some strategic placement of elements can give you a comfortable bathroom.
A pedestal basin can obstruct easy moving inside the small bathroom. You can install your basin at a corner near the toilet. This will provide enough room for easy access and mobility inside your bathroom when the basin is positioned away from the door.
Faucets connected to the basin or sink occupy a little extra space. You have to install a bigger basin or sink in order to install faucets on it. Wall-mounted faucets eliminate the need for wider, bigger basin with extra inches. By using faucets installed directly onto the wall, you can mount a narrower, smaller basin. This saves space in your small bathroom.
A swinging door that typically opens or moves inside the bathroom needs extra space to swing open. This space in small bathrooms can be saved using sliding doors. Sliding doors don’t need extra space to open as they are mounted on a linear rail frame. You can also replace your shower door with a glass sliding to save some more space. If not glass, you can simply use a shower curtain.
Smaller bathrooms fall short on storage spaces. But, you can be smart and still store all your bathroom essentials.
Build a shelf under the basin or sink.
Install high raised shelves on the upper part of the walls.
Use stacked storage containers instead of a single type.
Mount the towel bar on the backside of the bathroom door.
Small bathrooms can easily lead to a congested, over-cluttered space. Hence, avoid making it too cluttered by placing only the essential elements in your bathroom. You can place elements that serve certain important purposes. But, if you are keen on decorating and accessorizing your bathroom, you can hang knick-knacks and accessories from the roof or simply place them on stacked storage spaces and vanities.
Did you know you can smartly make your small bathroom appear bigger? By simply altering your bathroom a bit, you can trick the human eye and make your small bathroom look bigger.
A large-scale pattern like wide stripes on the walls or curtains can make your bathroom look expanded.
Hang big, full-sized mirrors across the bathroom wall instead of a small one above the basin. They reflect light and create an impression of more space.
Use the same tiles on the floor as well as the walls.
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