For many the bathroom tends to be the smallest room in the house yet you will occupy it several times a day. It is usually the first place you will visit in the morning and the last at night which is why you should spend some time thinking through your bathroom design. It shouldn’t just be a dingy little room that you visit because you have to, it should be a place which revitalises you, excites you and fills you with a positive aura. Creating a perception of space can be a great way of opening up a bathroom. Here are 3 simple tips on how you can make your bathroom a pleasurable and relaxing place to visit.
Choose smaller fixtures and fittings.
Sinks, toilets and shower enclosures are just a few large items that the standard bathroom will have. Did you know they make smaller versions of each? If you are struggling consider replacing that sink which takes up half the bathroom for a smaller one. Instead of using a vanity sink with a cabinet below, consider using a pedestal sink. They always look great and take up half the space.
About showers in small bathroom.
If your shower is a predominant feature in your bathroom, don’t just stick with plain white tiles which can make a small bathroom feel claustrophobic. Consider using wet wall paneling instead. It comes in a range of colours, it is easy to install and you can now even create your own bespoke wet wall panels made online to create a wonderful sense of space and relaxation.
Light can be used in a multitude of ways and is another fantastic way to create an illusion of space when you have a small bathroom. If you only have one ceiling light, for example, it will give off a different atmosphere than if you let in natural light. Adding a simple dimmer switch can make all the difference when getting ready for work in the morning by creating a much calmer atmosphere.
Bathroom wall panels and wallpapers.