You know you have a small bathroom when, with one small step (or no step at all!), you can either be using the bathroom, washing your hands, or taking a shower. Working with such a tiny room can be a challenge. Not only are you trying to make the room attractive, but you also want to amplify space and retain available storage. With our clever remodeling ideas for small bathrooms, we’ve tried to come up with recommendations that succeed in all three of those goals. Of course, if you can move some of your bathroom items to another space (maybe a hall closet), it will be much easier to make your minuscule bathroom feel more spacious. You have to decide which is most important to you: adding space or adding/retaining storage.
Remodeling Ideas for Small Bathrooms
If you’re focused on maximizing storage space, try adding an entire wall of shelving. Extend it up to the ceiling, but keep it shallow so that it doesn’t intrude too much on floor space. Although this option won’t help your bathroom feel less cramped, it will give you plenty of drawer and shelve space to store towels, cleaning products, beauty supplies, hair products, and more. Keep in mind that a de-cluttered sink will always look more clean and spacious.
Although nearly all American home toilets look the same, there are other options available. Choose a minuscule model like the one in the photo above, along with a small pedestal sink. To make up for the lost storage space, use a mirror cabinet to store your toothbrush, hairbrush, and other toiletries.
Or if you want to go even smaller, try a tiny sink that projects off your wall, no pedestal needed. Again, it won’t provide any storage, but you can make up for that with hanging cabinets and shelves. Open storage, like the bottom half of the installation in the photo above, will make the room appear more airy and spacious. It will, however, mean that you need to keep your toiletries tidy.
Big mirrors are the perfect accessory for a small bathroom because they give the illusion of extra space. Depending on their shape and installation, they can add length or height or both! A long, thin vanity, like in the photo above, is the perfect complement.
Thin, tall cabinetry can be inserted into very small spaces and can act as both storage space and a divider. To make it even more effective, insert a mirror on the door of the upper cabinet.
Glass shower doors are a small bathroom’s best friend. Instead of chopping up the space the way shower curtains do, glass lets the eye extend to every corner of the bathroom, elongating the lines. It will, however, require more maintenace.
You could also use glass around the sink. Because it is clear, it won’t chop up the space.
This bathroom employs a couple of the tools we’ve already mentioned—a small toilet and a large mirror—but it also uses wallpaper to great effect. Because the print has long, vertical lines, it makes the eye run upward, emphasizing the height so that occupants don’t focus on the small space.
Inspired yet? With these remodeling ideas for small bathrooms, you can make the most out of even the tiniest spaces. For more clever remodeling tips, keep following the Bailey Company blog.
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