“For those of us with a small bathroom, the lack of space could have a number of disadvantages. These can differ from lack of space for storage to the feeling of being in too enclose a space so that you can relax properly in the bathtub. Those difficulties might not matter to some, but to others they actually do matter.”
Many people feel that the easiest method to increase storage in their bathroom is by using a large cabinet. Nevertheless, as opposed to stuffing your towels or toilet paper in a cabinet, have an open shelf. An open shelf gives warmth to the space and lower the unwanted big pieces that might end up taking more room than you might want to spare. Some other option is stacking floating shelves provide a fashionable storage option or use Wooden crates to enable accessible storage, whether they are put on the ground, drilled into the wall or be stacked.
For the smaller bathroom as well as the especially “space challenged” ones the usage of the corner space can open up the area and let more freedom of movement between the permanent fixtures. Bathroom corner vanities are available from 12 inches in width and with small cabinet space for storage beneath the sink area. In en-suite bathrooms or powder rooms, which are very limited in floor space, utilizing a corner vanity can be quite useful.
One more thing you want to think about is more lighting. Do not be afraid to put more or better lighting inside your bathroom. This could make a huge difference by reducing the amount of shadows and dark corners of your room. This can be achieved either with the addition of track lighting across the ceiling or in certain cases placing sconces on the walls. Even some smaller bathrooms consist of hanging lightings from the ceiling
Mirrors reflect light and are an excellent physical method to make a room seem much bigger. We love and recommend utilizing big (if there’s room), bold mirrors – you can also choose mirrors with lights in. When you have shower tile, try using a light tile through the entire shower area. Adding decorative tiles around shower knobs can give a shower another look for a cheap price, while also opening up the shower area. If using a stand-alone bath, try tiling half the wall rather than tub to ceiling. It makes visually makes a roomier aesthetic in the bath area.