Sometimes, when a home needs an extra bathroom, homeowners will remodel a small room or part of a room to become a bathroom. Some bathrooms, especially in older homes, are just built small. Regardless of the origin of your small bathroom, you can make the most of the space you’ve got with these tips!
Every bathroom needs a sink. In your small bathroom, you should install a sink that fits into a corner. Corner sinks take up the smallest amount of space in your bathroom, and many have optional storage underneath depending on how much room you have to work with.
It can be surprisingly easy to fit a tub/shower combo into your small bathroom. They come in a variety of sizes. Hanging a shower curtain usually does better with space than a door because curtains can be moved aside completely. Doors are solid and not as movable.
Extend the Counter Over the Toilet
If your sink or vanity is next to your toilet, give yourself some additional counter space by extending the counter out over the top of the toilet. Counter space can be hard to come by in a small bathroom so this small extension will be super helpful!
Big, Bold Patterns
Contrary to what seems logical, using large patterns in a small bathroom will actually make it feel larger. A large pattern, such as a wide stripe, tricks the eye into thinking that the space is much bigger than it actually is.
Choose a Larger Mirror
A larger mirror can make even the smallest small bathroom feel larger. Plus, if multiple people are trying to get ready at once, the extra mirror space will allow them to do that a little easier. This will save time as well as frustration!
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