Even if you’ve got a small bathroom, it’s still possible to get that stylish and luxurious designer look.
If you’re anything like us, you spend most of your working week idly browsing beautiful pictures of beautiful bathrooms on sites like Houzz, Instagram, and Pinterest.
Let’s take a look at some now. Click the images for the original source:
Beautiful, hey? #bathroomgoals
The problem is, these designers usually have a lot of space to play with. So if you’ve got a small bathroom, you might feel as though such a luxurious feel simply isn’t for you. You might have resigned yourself to the fact that your bathroom will always feel like a cramped compromise, rather than a place of relaxation and beauty.
But that’s not the case. With the right attitude, the right equipment, and a few simple tricks, even the smallest of bathrooms can be made to look and feel stylish and luxurious.
How To Make Your Small Bathroom Look Bigger and Feel More Luxurious
1. Hook & Hang
Bathrooms are full of things, aren’t they? Things like towels, flannels, bars of soap, shampoo bottles, and other cosmetics. All this stuff will have to go somewhere, and if your bathroom is a bit on the small side, things can quickly feel cramped and cluttered.
So instead, look to the walls. Install hooks and rails for your towels, and install small shelves for your essential products. Not only will this free up lots of space, but wall-mounted storage will always be a great look in the bathroom.
And speaking of storage, keep an eye out for space-saving vanity units. Open shelves can make a small space feel larger while allowing you to make features and statements out of your towels and products.
2. Keep It Clean
We’re not talking about regular cleaning here (though that’s pretty important). We’re talking about clean lines, clean colours, and a look that might be described as “minimalist”.
White on white with big tiles will make a small bathroom feel spacious and stylish. Patterned tiles, colourful fixtures, and ornate wallpaper will make a space feel even smaller.
But if you feel like a stark minimalist design doesn’t reflect your colourful personality, you can still jazz things up a bit. Even something as simple as a bright coloured towel can make an otherwise spartan bathroom come to life.
3. Choose The Right Fixtures
Most UK bathrooms have less than three square metres of space to play with, so the choice of fixture is crucial.
In terms of toilets, it’s possible to find back-to-wall fixtures that hide the cistern, while wall-hung sinks will streamline your space.
And when it comes to the shower, a compact shower cubicle will enable you to really make the most of your available room without compromising on style or luxury. The Kinedo Horizon, for example, has such a small footprint that it’ll comfortably fit in any bathroom. It even comes with some integrated shelves, which will enable you to further reduce the levels of clutter.
And if your small bathroom has a bath instead of a shower, a bath replacement will make the room feel considerably larger.
Get in touch for a free quote on fixtures that will make your bathroom look and feel bigger and luxurious.