A master bathroom with big tub, two sinks, heated floors and big mirrors may sound great, but sometimes space concerns bring us back down to earth. Don’t despair if you have a small bathroom — it cannot limit your dreams and creativity. We have a whole list of small bathroom design ideas to share with you!
First of all, you might want to think about removing all the cabinets that can be removed from your bathroom. The existing cabinets may be larger than necessary and take up too much room. At that point, you can start with a clean slate. Visualize what you want, buy magazines or read designer blogs to help you with that. If you don’t have any idea what to do, we are here to help you!
Choose a Color
Since you have already removed everything that was in your way, you may want to consider painting your bathroom. Create a calm, neutral color palette to create the base theme that will make your bathroom calm and aesthetically pleasing. The effect of natural light can be achieved by light colors, plus it will create the illusion that your bathroom is bigger. Choose cream, ice blue, jade green, or another soft color. You can also paint vertical stripes to make it seem taller, or horizontal stripes to make it seem wider. If you don’t want to paint the entire room, add a pop of color by painting your mirror frame an accent color, or choose one wall to paint as an accent wall. You could also purchase a colorful rug or decorative towels to enhance the color palette.
A Mirror Wall
Another small bathroom design idea is to add a mirror wall. Mirrors are great for reflecting light so you can get more lighting from your window or light fixtures.
Frameless Glass Tub or Shower Panels
Shower curtains can close off one-third of your bathroom visually. To open up your bathroom significantly, consider changing out your shower curtain with a frameless glass panel instead. Glass panels are easy to install and they are easy to clean. This small change can have a big effect.
Instead of closed cabinets, add open shelves on the wall to create a feeling of openness. Instead of stuffing your towels into the closet or a large cabinet, place them on the open shelves. Create a rustic look with wooden crates drilled into the wall or placed on the floor. Consider installing a floating vanity to allow for extra storage space and openness beneath it.
One of the most interesting small bathroom design ideas is to organize your products in glass jars. They take up little space, are easy to paint, and look more appealing than plastic storage containers. Line the jars up on an open shelf and you’ve got function and design all in one!
If you need help making the most out of your small bathroom, the talented designers at Homes Heart can help! Contact us for your free consultation today.