There are several ways to get creative when designing a small bathroom to feel bigger. In this blog post we will share some ideas that will help you achieve the look and feel you are after.
Consider the following:
1. Less is more – to achieve the look of a larger space, you will need to keep it simple. The busier the bathroom looks, the smaller it will feel. Choose decor that doesn’t have a lot going on. Simple patterns with help accomplish the feel of a bigger space. Monochromatic tones are best for smaller spaces.
2. Wall accents – you don’t need to go crazy with placing mirrors everywhere to achieve a larger look. A single mirror is plenty. Put your focus on minimal wall decor and lighter wall colors. Stay away from hectic wallpapers or colorful wall textures. Painting the ceiling the same color as the wall helps achieve that larger feel.
3. Floating cabinetry – continuous flooring helps make spaces feel larger. When choosing cabinetry for smaller spaces, consider a floating cabinet or a pedestal sink.
4. Storage options – by using your wall space and without making it look too cluttered, you can get creative with floating shelves for towels or small decorations.
5. Glass showers – a room with a view that isn’t blocked by a shower curtain. The illusion helps the space feel bigger than it is.
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