10 Best Bathroom Designs for Small Space
Monday 25 July 2016
10. Slim Vanities/Basins
The Elementi Slim vanity proves a real space saver. The shorter projection (350MM) of the vanity leaves a larger area in the middle of the room to turn around and use all the facilities with ease.
9. Wall Hung Vanities
Wall hung vanities visually increases the size of the bathroom, giving you the illusion the room is bigger than it actually is.
8. Tile all the way up
Floor to ceiling tiles makes your bathroom feel taller than it actually is.
7. Clear glass on showers
Frosted and textured glass showers can create a barrier within a room, acting as another wall which is not great for small bathrooms so consider using clear glass.
Paint the ceiling in your bathroom the same colour as the walls. Also try keep everything the same tone. Usually a pale colour will help to create a feeling of space in small bathrooms.
5. Robe hooks
Use robe hooks to hang towels. Hooks save on space especially if you don’t have room for a large towel rail.
An obvious choice to create the illusion of depth, mirrors trick the eye into thinking the space is larger than it is.
It can be a good idea to choose smaller tapware when working with smaller spaces, especially when installed on a small vanity/basin.
2. Wall hung pans.
With the cistern concealed within the wall a wall hung pan usually has a shorter projection. Similar to a wall hung vanity it makes the room seem bigger and feel less cluttered.
Ensure the room has plenty of light. If there is not enough natural light considering brightening up your bathroom with additional lighting.
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