If you have a small bathroom that just feels cramped and closed, a few simple design tips can add visual space that gives the illusion of more open and cleaner space. Even if your budget is tight, just choose some of the tips below. A few small changes can make a big difference in opening up a small space. The interference suppression only makes a small room smaller. Keep items off the counter with stylish, space-saving storage bins. In these storage bins, all your essentials are organized and easy to find. Items like lotions, toothbrushes, and toothpaste can be stored away so that all of your guests don’t have to see them.
If you don’t have the luxury of a linen closet near or in your bathroom, use a wall area or even the back of the door to install towel rails or hooks. It also saves valuable counter or closet space to store them. The towel rack on a sliding glass door is also a great place to hang towels. Of course, every time you create a more open space it creates a more open feeling. These open shelves force the eye to move from wall to wall, making the walls appear larger. And since everyone can see what’s on these shelves, they force you to be neater. Open shelves above the toilet save a lot of space. However, look for shelves with open or glass shelves. Open shelves are specially designed for small spaces.
Small Space Bathroom Ideas
Use the Wall
Try adding a built-in medicine cabinet. These are in the wall and usually require moderate crafting skills (unless you are an experienced handyman, it’s usually best to have a professional do this installation) but the benefit of having a built-in medicine cabinet is flush with the wall. This gives you almost invisible space. Floating cabinets are also a great option as they leave a visible floor space while hiding the clutter. If you must have drawers, consider a floating vanity unit with no legs. These attach to the wall and keep your floors tidy, which can make the room look and feel more spacious.
Pedestal sinks are a great space-saving option for small bathrooms. They come in beautiful modern and really traditional styles. They take up very little space and are beautiful. If you are concerned about the lack of storage space compared to a traditional vanity, just move a more open cabinet next to the vanity.
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