Many people assume that a small bathroom makeover will take only a few days or, in any case, a lot less time than larger bathrooms. While that is sometimes true, it’s not always the case. You can alter multiple items in the same way as if you were doing a larger project. Same excitement, same stress. Taking a bath or shower while the bathroom is being demolished, presents a challenge to those who have only one bathroom.
You need a few optical illusions to make your small bathroom seem larger. In addition, strategic design decisions should be made, such as choosing the right paint color. Here are some tips for a successful renovation on space-limited bathroom:
- Be Creative: The space is tight, so try a sink that fits in a corner of the room or opt for curved corners on your vanity and tub instead of sharp ones. It’ll prevent bumps and bruises, too!
- Think light and bright. Space is closed in with darker hues, while it is opened with lighter hues. Utilizing natural light to its maximum potential is important.
- Play with big mirror. The use of mirror on the right place in the bathroom can project space. Reflecting more light will make your bathroom appear larger. Small bathrooms will look amazing with a wall-to-wall or floor-to-ceiling mirror.
- Rethink your shower door. Select a shower with a glass door – or no door at all – to keep the space open.
5.Hide your storage. Make use of the space behind your big, new mirror instead of wall cabinetry.