Sunday, May 29, 2016
If you suffer from a small bathroom, you may have dreams of a grander and larger space. When purchasing a home, many home buyers look at the kitchen and bathroom as two of the main components of the home and these two rooms alone can help shape their decision on whether or not to purchase the home.
Okay, back to the small bathroom problem. What can you do about it? If you have tried to paint the walls or change up some of the décor, you may have found that tiny changes such as those do not work well on their own. Below, we will go over some tips to help you make your small bathroom not so small and insignificant.
If your bathroom is small, skip the sit on the floor vanity. The reason behind this is because a floating vanity will make your bathroom look bigger, plus, you will have a small space to store some items underneath the vanity. A floating vanity is mounted onto the wall to ensure durability.
Don’t let the corners of a bathroom go to waste, especially when the bathroom is small. A corner sink will utilize space in your bathroom that you cannot otherwise use very well. With the sink in the corner, you are able to use up the rest of your bathroom area and you will find the space looks larger than it is.
If you have a very small bathroom where the sink and toilet are within a step of each other, consider extending your counter over top of the toilet. This will provide you with more space and it looks nice.
Instead of a glass shower door in your small bathroom, opt in for a glass panel. The panel only extends about half the length of the bathtub and it sits in place without moving. The panel prevents water from leaking out of the shower and you have the convenience of not worrying about an opening and closing shower door.
If you are looking to make your bathroom feel bigger and look better, the tips above can help you. If you do have the room in your home, you may want to consider installing a master bathroom suite.