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How to Make a Small Bathroom Look Bigger

July 8, 2019 10:00 am
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Bathroom Space Saving

Bathroom Space Saving

Is your bathroom space small and cramped? If you dream of having a vast, spacious one, here are a few tips and tricks to save space and make it feel bigger than it is!

Colour Palette Choices

White on White

Who knew that such a simple colour choice could completely change the whole feel and size of the room? By choosing white paint, white tiles, white ceramics, all white everything, these features will reflect the light that enters the room, naturally making the room feel bigger.

Same Colour All Round

Don’t forget to include your ceiling when you’re painting your bathroom. By doing so, you will create a more fluid space, reducing the number of intersections and removing the unwanted unusual shapes of the room.

Bathroom Features & Accessories

Less is More

How much stuff really needs to be kept and stored in your bathroom? By limiting the amount of toiletries you keep in your vanity, you won’t need as much storage space which means there will more open space.

Big Mirrors

When it comes to choosing a mirror for your bathroom, bigger is always better. Whether it’s an extravagant accessory with an outlandish frame, or a simple wall-to-wall piece, it can make more of an impact than you think. A mirror will completely open up your room and make it feel twice the size!

A Glass Panel

Opt for a glass panel instead of a shower curtain. A shower curtain can seem like a visual wall when you walk into a bathroom, immediately shrinking the size of the room. By installing a clear glass panel, the whole room will be visible from both inside and outside of the shower.

Importance of Lighting

Bright Lights

Bathrooms don’t usually have a large amount of natural light coming through, so it is important to make sure that you choose efficient lighting options.

Are you not sure about what you should do with your small bathroom space? Talk to one of our experts today.

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