Small bathrooms can be just as beautiful as big ones, but it can be more challenging to come up with a stunning yet practical design that includes all the elements you require for you and your family. Here are a few ways you could conserve space and still have the bathroom of your dreams.
Having a separate sink and bathroom cabinet will use up a lot more space, so go for a combined unit that can stand alone. You won’t have to sacrifice on style since these are available in a wide variety of different designs and looks, and all pipework can be easily concealed. You’ll appreciate the convenience factor of the storage being below the sink as well.
If you want to create a sense of space, don’t use little tiles. Use bigger ones to make the floor space seem more expansive. You can also play around with the tiling on the walls – remember that horizontal tiles will make the walls seem longer.
Maximising the amount of light coming into the room will help it to feel bigger, so hang a huge mirror somewhere if you can to reflect what light does enter the space.
Smaller bathrooms would benefit from being decorated in lighter colours, especially if you’ve only got a small window letting in natural light. You can easily bring in pops of colour and points of interest by investing in copper fixtures and fittings, for example, or perhaps bringing in some plant pots.
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