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Small bathrooms are often difficult to work with, but that doesn’t mean there is no hope whatsoever. In fact, there is a lot more that you can do with a small space than you might think, even with the necessary furnishings taking up most of the floor area. In order to help you spruce up your small bathroom and make the most of your space, here are some great ideas that are trending for 2020.
In a small space, big
tiles can make things look more open and spacious. Big tiles open up the floor
design and keep details at a minimum, and they can even give the impression
that a room is bigger than it is. Choose white or light colours for tiles so
that light reflects off of them and opens up the space a bit more.
Whites, yellows, and
other bright colours that reflect light are a must. It could be tempting to
paint your small bathroom that beautiful shade of ocean blue, but how much
space is that going to eat up? Next time you’re at someone’s house that has a
small bathroom, take notes. Compare their layout, paint choices, and fixtures
to what you have in mind, to get a better visual idea of how it will work.
Mirrors are essential
in opening up space and creating light. While you don’t want to crowd the space
with an oversized vanity or medicine cabinet, you do want to make sure that you
capitalize on creating as much natural light as possible. Consider a larger
wall mirror or a floor mirror, and try to position them opposite any windows in
order to maximize the natural light and increase the feeling of space.
When you have a small
bathroom, you can only do so much. Take a minute to make a list of what matters
most to you in this renovation and start there. That way, you can trust
that you are getting the things that you want and only compromising on less
Small bathrooms are
the bane of existence for a number of people. However, renovating one doesn’t
have to be a stressful experience. Instead of sticking to traditional designs
or settling for something that might not be quite what you want, you need to
think outside of the box. Use sites like Pinterest and Houzz to gain
inspiration from other small bathroom makeovers and take your renovation project to
the next level.