Decorating any tiny living space can be challenging, and never is this more the case than with a tiny bathroom. After all, at the very least, your bathroom needs to accommodate sink and toilet basins. That, alone, can see you squashed in like a sardine, and that’s before you even think about your style choices!
In reality, though, your bathroom is probably one of the most highly used rooms in the house, and it deserves to look as great as the rest of your home regardless of size. Luckily, even a tiny bathroom can pack a whole load of interior punch if you approach the design process in the right way.
Keep on reading to find out the top design tips that could take your tiny bathroom from squashed to spectacular in the blink of an eye.
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Step 1: Scrap the bathtub
Baths might be great for long languid soaks, but they’re also hefty pieces of kit, and there’s not much you can do to compromise on those size requirements. That’s why you would be better off getting rid of your bath altogether in place of a shower cubicle that needs way less floor space. You can also do a lot more with the appearance of a shower, including brass control panels, large overhead shower heads, and custom shower doors like the ones offered by Arizona Glass & Door. Each of these additions can help your bathroom to look great, without taking up any more space than is required for your shower in the first place!
Step 2: Sweat the small stuff
Speaking of using small features to make subtle style statements, it’s worth sweating the small stuff in your tiny bathroom. After all, in a confined space, large style statements will look out of place, as well as being impractical. Instead, additions like under-sink lighting, sleek brass cupboard handles, and even a rose-gold tap, can all help to bring pops of spa-esque style, regardless of space. Tie in enough of these little stylish extras, and even the smallest bathroom will end up looking like it’s straight out of the pages of a top interior magazine.
Step 3: Remember, storage, storage, storage
Clutter is one of the worst obstacles to style in a small bathroom. After all, how can you possibly make the space look good when your cosmetics are spilling all over your sink and your toilet rolls are stacked tightly next to the toilet? You can’t, but you can turn things around for your tiny bathroom by simply getting smart with storage. Floating shelves are especially great for this purpose, as they don’t require any floor space, and they can turn storage into a style choice with the addition of a few simple organized baskets. Equally, things like thin, tall kitchen cabinets alongside your sink can make a style statement in themselves, as well as keeping your toothpaste, bubble bath, and other bathroom accessories out of sight.
Your small bathroom can shine. Simply implement these style choices to help it along the way!
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