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Is Your Bathroom Is too Small? Here Are Some Pointers

Last updated 2 years ago

Do you feel cramped when you’re brushing your teeth or styling your hair? What is there to do about the problem of a too-small bathroom? It may be time for a bathroom renovation. Read on to learn about your options.

A small bathroom requires careful planning when you are decorating and remodeling. Always opt for space-saving solutions, from the color of the walls to the decorations (mirrors can help open up a small space wonderfully). Colors should be on the light side in order to make the bathroom appear larger. Opt for reflective surfaces such as tile, glass, and gloss sheen if you want to paint the walls. A reflective surface will reflect more light and make the small bathroom appear bigger.

When furnishing your bathroom, choose sleek furniture with straight lines and opt for multi-purpose furniture and accessories. Every piece should be space-conscious and have storage areas. Avoid cabinets, as they occupy too much floor space. Instead, use sleek open shelves to store towels. Sink vanities are great for storage purposes.

If your bathroom is too small, it may be a wise idea to replace your tub with a shower stall. Because of its tube-like shape, you will definitely save floor space. However, if you simply can’t live without a bathtub, think about slimmer, smaller versions of your current one. There are many bathtubs that will fit in a small bathroom.

Lastly, keep your bathroom orderly and clean—you’ll be surprised at how much larger a clean bathroom can seem when there are no towels on the floor or products sitting on every surface. Keep your products and appliances stored away out of sight for a sleek and airy look.

Are you ready to renovate? Call Berceli Renovations at (866) 672-3714, and we will schedule a consultation at your earliest convenience._


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