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Great Ideas for Your Tiny Bathroom

Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

Tiny BathroomTiny is not the adjective that you want to have to use when describing your bathroom; did you know that you can make a few, quick yet inexpensive changes that will give the illusion of more space in an updated presentation? There are some key ways to give your bathroom the facelift that it needs to appear light, airy, and spacious for your grooming and dressing needs. Let’s take a look at some of the ways to improve the look of your tiny bathroom and make it the giant that you want it to be.

  1. The first thing that you’ll want to do is to remove all of the clutter that you have collected over the years in your bathroom. Remove all baskets and containers that you have placed on the floor and clean up any counter space that you have.
  2. Next, take a look at the colours that you’ve used in your bathroom; keep in mind that using pastels and light colours will give the appearance of a larger room and help to make it look fresh and modern.
  3. Consider using tile on both your floor and walls to establish a pattern of continuity and maintain a look of organisation. This makes the area look larger and helps to create an illusion of space.
  4. Get creative with the space that you do have. Use the ledges of mirrors and pictures to store your bath products. You should have at least one cabinet in your bathroom where you can place your personal grooming accessories out of the view of your guests.
  5. Keep your plumbing fixtures simple; using stainless steel models can help to make your tub and shower look modern and functional.
  6. Make sure that you have adequate lighting in the bathroom. After you use the lighter colours of paint, the reflection of light from your overhead fixture or the lights around your mirror can combine to make your bathroom look bigger. You’ll want to visit the website www.lightmirrors.co.uk to find the right size of mirror for the bathroom space that you have. The experts on staff can advise you about what will work best for you and which style complements the décor that you are striving to achieve.
  7. Use a wall-mounted sink instead of a pedestal sink to better use your floor space. In fact, the wall-mounted style can be placed inside a small piece of furniture that adds an interesting element of interior design to your bathroom; it can also serve as a functional storage space that is beautiful and elegant.
  8. By incorporating some botanical prints or seashore elements with your linens, you can make your bathroom much more attractive and spacious-looking at the same time.

A tiny bathroom can be improved upon with some changes in tile, lighting, an illuminated mirror and a colour scheme that enhances your space to make it look larger. With some small, inexpensive modifications, your tiny space will blossom into the bathroom that you’ve always wanted. Be creative, use your fresh ideas, and watch as your personal space becomes more inviting for your dressing and bathing each day.