There are ways of creating an illusion of space. Using a light color theme helps, especially white. You can provide relief with border tiles in another color, so that the room does not seem too cold and clinical. Bathroom rugs are another way of providing relief without adding to the feeling of enclosure.
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.
When you have a small bathroom it might seem like all you can really do is the basic things, using the powder room, brushing your teeth, and washing your hands. Not only that, it can feel really, really small. Thankfully, it doesn't take huge remodeling projects to make small bathrooms feel a little less closed in. There are plenty of small bathroom Ideas that can really make your bathroom feel like home, without all of the costly and time consuming renovations.
Bathroom Ideas Monday , May 21st , 2018 - 01:50:19 AM
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