Published by Naomie Whitely, Jan 12, 2017
Designing and decorating small spaces in the house is indeed challenging, especially if space is a bathroom. In addition to decorative elements such as tiles, paints, and accessories, you need to find best ways stuffing appliances such as bathtub, sink and showers to your small bathroom. Let alone the plumbing system. Simply put, designing a small bathroom could be a nightmare.
But don’t worry, there always be best ways to do things, and designing small bathroom interior is no exception. Here are some solutions and tips from an expert to make your small bathroom looks bigger and better.
1) Trendy oval sink rocks!
The usage of a trendy bowl-like oval sink could be the solution to make your small bathroom looks and feels bigger. The edgeless sink will give you more counter space than a square, and it’s a smart design solution for any small bathroom.
2) Install a washstand with towel bars
Instead of installing additional towel bars or rack, having a washstand with integrated towel bars could be a very practical solution in small bathroom design. You will be able to hang towels without having additional space-consuming accessories.
3) Leggy table makes bathroom looks bigger
Instead of having a table with an additional cabinet below, it’s better to add a small table with an open base to your bathroom. Such table will make small bathrooms look wider as it doesn't close off space.
4) Keep all things simple
A bathroom with elaborately-patterned tiles and intricate details is indeed tantalizing, but in designing a small bathroom, you need to keep the tiny space simple. It’s important in order to keep the room from being overwhelmed with patterns and colors.
5) Remember to save on space
And the best thing is to determine and organize the storage in your small bathroom. But one thing to keep in mind, always aim to save on space. For example, if you desperately need a big tub, you need to save space elsewhere, including the storage. Find ways to make your bathroom furnishing feature double function as storages, or install built-in shelves into the wall behind the bathtub for towels and amenities.
6) Keep the precious windows open
Never block windows in a small bathroom, because a source of natural lights is too important to block with a shower curtain whatsoever. You don’t want to make the tiny space feels more cramped just for a little decoration, right? Find other solutions, such as the usage of clear glass doors instead of shower curtains, and many more.