Bathroom Remodeling | 4 Big Ideas for Small Bathroom Remodeling
Bathroom Remodeling | So, you’ve decided to take the plunge and remodel one of the bathrooms in your home. You have an idea of what you want and have your budget and schedule mapped out; the only problem? Your bathroom may not be as large and luxurious as you want. But not to worry! There are many ways you can make the most out of limited space. With a few savvy design tips and tricks, you can make even the tiniest bathrooms have a powerful impact.
1. Choose Paint Wisely
While it may be tempting to select warm, rich colors for your bathroom, lighter ones will help a small space appear roomier. Sticking with pastel tones of blue, greens, or beiges not only opens up your space, but they also neutrals, which makes matching other bathroom elements easy.
2. Minimize Separation
In some bathrooms, having walls or even separate areas for the toilet, shower and sink areas are common. In smaller bathrooms, having very blatant dividers will only draw attention to the limited space. Instead, opt for an open floor plan, incorporating elements like “curb-less” showers, glass shower doors and open-bottom pedestal sinks to eliminate barriers.
3. Add Space with Accents
Using decorative details like large mirrors, open-rack storage solutions and tall decorations help to create a better sense of open, tall space to a small bathroom.
4. Low-Profile Lighting
When re-doing a small bathroom, using low-profile lighting fixtures helps maximize the space, while still allowing you the lighting options you want, such as timers or dimming options. Opt for recessed or pot lights in the ceiling and small accent lighting around cabinets and focal areas to minimize the used space while still providing maximum impact.– Tiger Bath
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