Small Bathroom Design Suggestions

Transforming a small bathroom can be a huge challenge. There are so many components that have to be included. And even more on the wish list. But, with careful planning, creative design, and attention to detail, a practical small bathroom that appears and feels larger than it actually is might well be created.

Bathroom improvement can be a challenge, especially for the beginner, even more so when it comes to small bathroom design. Here are 20 design concepts to make a small toilet seem larger:

1. Install a glass shower enclosure.

2. Create recessed niches in the shower or tub space for soap and shampoos.

3. Add a floating counter top.

4. Create storage below sinks and in closets.

5. Select wall-mounted and recessed cabinets.

6. Utilize open shelving.

7. Set up glass shelving on open cabinets.

8. Get rid of all clutter.

9. Install the toilet in an alcove.

10. Set up pocket doorways to gain space otherwise required to open doors.

11. Change out an current window for a glass block window to guard privacy and eliminate the necessity for shades or blinds.

12. Mount a big mirror to mirror space.

13. Install contrasting coloration tiling in a diagonal pattern to add a feeling of depth to the room.

14. Select larger (rather than smaller) tiles to create a sense of space.

15. Match the grout coloration to the tile shade to reduce any coloration contrast.

16. Restrict the number of towel bars and racks.

17. Lengthen the tile to the ceiling.

18. Install good lighting to get rid of shadows.

19. Choose smaller fixtures such as toilets, sinks and tubs.

20. Get rid of the bathtub and select a shower instead.

These 20 design ideas maximize the existing area of the small restroom while creating the illusion of more room in a small space. So don’t settle for a bathroom less glamorous than it could be, even if it is a bit smaller – most restrooms are! As you can see there are various options available to you to make it seem larger than it is, and most can be achieved without breaking the bank.