1. Use the same tiles for the wall and the floorThis minimalist look will create the illusion that the room is much larger than it is.2. Keep the floor bare as much as possibleConsider a
Designer Tip for Small Bathrooms
Dated: April 14 2021
1. Use the same tiles for the wall and the floor
This minimalist look will create the illusion that the room is much larger than it is.
2. Keep the floor bare as much as possible
Consider a freestanding basin and use wall-mounted taps and shelves rather than cabinets or drawers.
3. Install floor tiles on a diagonal
Diagonal layouts open up a room while parallels and squares can make the space feel more confined.
4. Use hooks in lieu of towel racks
5. Carve out niches into the walls
This will create extra storage and the space will feel larger if you carve into the walls as opposed to using shelves and cabinets.
6. Skip the shower door or curtain
A glass panel that covers half the shower space instead of a glass door or a shower curtain will keep the water in the shower and will also free up much needed elbow room.
7. Install a ledge over furniture
A ledge right above the sink will hold all your daily essentials (toothbrush, toothpaste, glasses, soap). Another one above the toilet can be a space to store extra toilet paper rolls a decorative piece.
8. Consider a corner sink
9. Install towel bars or hooks behind the door
10. Install a Skylight
Proper lighting will make any small room look bigger, and natural light is best.
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