Ideas to Increase Bathroom Space

Ideas to Increase Bathroom Space
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    Choosing to live with a little bathroom can be a smart move for both the planet and your bank account.

    Smaller living areas cost less to build and less to maintain. Plus, they use less energy. So, that's good news all-round.


But making a small bathroom work for you can be tricky. You need to get smart when it comes to making the most of every available space. Otherwise, you might well find yourself going crazy with frustration, especially when you’re rushing to get ready for work or preparing the kids for school.

Efficient organization is crucial.

That’s why we thought it will be good to share some tips from top interior design experts on how to make your bathroom look bigger, so we compiled the tips in an infographics. These tips can help any Hobbit-sized bathroom look – and feel – much, much bigger. It’s packed with ideas that you might not have thought of yourself.

Some of the ideas might require modification to the existing bathroom but most of these tips only require minor changes. If you have just started renovating your bathroom this might be the perfect post for you.

Minor changes can make a difference

Did you know that a coat of paint can make a big difference? Simply apply the same color to walls, floor and ceiling, rather than using contrasting colors, which usually make a space seem more cramped. The same principle should be applied to tiles. And the addition of a big mirror can go a long way, too.

Interestingly if you use bigger tiles it makes your bathroom look bigger, cleaner and less busy because of less grout lines.

Using large mirror and using mirrors strategically can increase light in the bathroom and with more light it will always look bigger, so next time you are renovating your bathroom, don’t forget to choose a big window with big mirror inside the bathroom.

Size vs. size

Then, of course, there’s making the right decisions when it comes to furnishings. Steer clear of behemoth-sized vanities or stools or wash tubs, and try visiting your nearest tiny furniture shop, instead.

Small furniture with legs (chairs and cabinets) create an illusion that they are not taking up the whole space as you can see underneath them.

Luckily, more and more people are choosing to downsize, so interior designers are getting on the bandwagon. When it comes to pint-sized furniture, there are many, many more choices than there used to be. And some of them are pure genius.

These ideas are just the beginning. Check out the infographic below and have fun doing some planning! Your small bathroom – and your family members – will love you for it.

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