If you are living in New England or any city – space can be limited. If you are one of the people who need more space in your bathroom and don’t know where to get it, in this blog, we’ll go over some small bathroom design ideas to make it feel like your bathroom has more space than it actually does.
How to make a Small Bathroom Look & Feel Bigger
Think About your Bathroom Sink Style
If you are looking to add in some extra space, it’s important to think about what takes up a lot of space. A pedestal bathroom sink is perfect for a wide mouth bowl and then you can mount faucets on the wall. With this type of sink, you can add in a narrow countertop for toiletries.
Add a Large Mirror
When you add in a large mirror you are giving the look that the room is bigger than it is. Your small bathroom will not only look bigger, but it will also feel bigger. Adding a large mirror or even full wall mirror above the vanity will give you the feel of the space without adding in extra space.
Utilize Natural Light
If you have a window in your bathroom, make sure that you can see the light that it’s bringing in. If your small bathroom currently has a heavy shower curtain, switch the curtain out for glass doors which will allow light to flood in and not feel like your cramped between the shower and the sink.
Get Creative with Storage
Most small bathrooms have wasted space that can be utilized for storage. If you have space in between wall studs and the vanity or shower then you can add shelving which can be used for storage. You can either add shelving here or even small cabinets depending on what you need to store.
If you have a small bathroom and are in desperate need of a larger space, turn to Magnificent Kitchens. We are professionals at getting creative with your space to make your bathroom work functionally while you are happy with the design and look of it. You can come into our showroom which is located in Framingham, MA to get started with our team of bathroom and kitchen design experts. With any questions feel free to call us at 508-875-4004 or contact us via our website.