Small Bathroom Design Ideas
The design of compact bathrooms is a very intricate feat to master, but it can be quite exiting. From the ingenious ways you can use clever storage, to the methods of using vertical storage and the way you can use the tiles and wall design to give a sense of continuity, there are many details that go into making something as ingenious as a decent small bathroom. Below you can find some ideas for designing your own small bathroom.
First of all, whenever you work with small spaces, you should keep a simplistic design in mind. You can be taken over adding all sorts of accessories, but often that would only make the room feel bloated and without enough space to move.
Add a wall-mounted sink and toilet.
Wall-mounted sinks are a must-have when it comes to small bathroom design. It creates a lot of free space below and gives the idea of a bigger room. On the other hand, you can also use the extra space for some extra storage or to put a bin. A wall-mounted toilet seat creates a bit more leg space when moving as well, while also making cleaning easier to manage.
Use bold wallpaper.
A great addition to a small bathroom design is an interesting, colorful wallpaper. You should choose something that catches the attention of the people and makes them think. You can’t put all sorts of design ideas for a bathroom, and still have white walls. When choosing the wallpaper, don’t forget to pick one that is resistant to moisture and damp, warm conditions. Alternatively, tiles are an acceptable solution.
Increase the natural light.
The best way to add life to a small space would be by increasing the amount of natural light that comes into the room. As the space is small, there isn’t a lot of light that can come through a small window. That’s why it’s best that you try to increase the source of natural light, per example installing a skylight: especially on a tilted wall.
Extend the storage.
There are many things that we need to store in a small bathroom, and very little space to put the storage for that. That’s why you should always be looking into extendable, multi-functional storage. The most common of that is having a mirror cabinet that goes through the wall, but you can do that with the other mounted storage as well. Built-in shelves into the wall are a great idea as well.
Don’t be afraid of big mirrors
Do you ever wonder why all elevators have mirrors on the sides? It’s so that you feel the space is much bigger than it actually is, and to lower the claustrophobia. This technique you can use on your small bathroom to give the illusion of a larger space.
Use curved corners
Besides from the obvious benefit of not crashing into corners when you’re into a hurry, curved rounded edges make your space more efficient.
Whichever option you choose, the possibilities are endless and working on a small bathroom design is a great way to unleash your creativity and go out of your way to try out new things.
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