If major renovation is not possible, there are still many tips and ideas that you may be able to utilize in order to give the appearance of a bigger room. First, consider the bathroom door. Can it be changed to swing in the other direction? That alone may lessen the feeling of claustrophobia. Or you may wish to consider changing it to a sliding door or even bifold closet doors in order to save some space. In most bathrooms the vanity cupboard and sink take up a lot of space. You may wish to replace this with a stand-alone pedestal sink, which will increase the look and feel of the room and make it seem less cluttered. If you are worried that you will be losing storage space, consider hanging wall units, shelving or hanging baskets to hold supplies. The more floor space that you can see will make the room seem bigger.
If you are considering completely rearranging everything even the larger fixtures in the room, you probably will want to consult an architect or a designer to help you since it will involve moving electrical wiring and plumbing connections. Together, you can sit down and go over the options that are available to you in order to see if there is a way that you can update the room to include a larger bathtub or a stand-alone deluxe shower stall. Sometimes it is feasible that a wall can be knocked out or moved in order to add needed space.
Adding a small closet can also help. For example, if you can store your towels in the closet rather than hanging them on a towel rack it will make the bathroom seem more open and accessible.
Bathroom Ideas Monday , June 11th , 2018 - 02:04:02 AM
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