Ensure your bathroom is comfortable, not cramped, by using every inch wisely
With a little imagination and the right products, your bathroom can bring luxury and function to your private quarters
1. Install a corner sink:
Sometimes even a pedestal sink can disrupt the only available traffic lane in a bathroom. The opening and closing of the shower door usually creates an awkward walk-around condition.
2. Expand the mirror.
In the tightest spaces, having a mirror stretch across the wall instead of just the vanity can enable two people to use it at once. A large mirror placed on a beautifully tiled wall will catch all the light and even make the room appear wider.
3. Select a vanity with one shelf.
Pedestal design has gotten smarter. Even a pedestal style with one shelf can hold towels or a basket for toilet paper. This helps to give uncluttered look to your bathroom
4. Neutral Color Flooring:
Make a small bathroom look infinitely bigger with neutral colors that run along the floor, up the walls and even continue onto the bath. This will create a feeling of never ending space, rather than breaking up the bathroom into separate areas, making the room feel boxed in.
5. Skip the shower door: With tight conditions, consider a glass panel instead of a glass shower door. It will keep most of the water in the shower and will free up needed elbow room. Using a shower curtain can also play the trick