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4 Ways to Make Your Bathroom Feel Bigger
by Guest on Jun 24, 2021
Every bathroom needs to have the basics such as the toilet, a sink and faucet, and a shower area. Regardless of how small the space allocated for the bathroom is, these basic features need to be in there. Unless you have a huge house with custom-built luxury bathrooms, these fittings can make your bathroom feel smaller, inconvenient, and even claustrophobic.
However, did you know that there are some tricks that bathroom renovations can help make space seem bigger? In this article, we will share with you some tips on how to make your bathroom less cramped without adding more square footage.
1. Make white the dominant color of your bathroom features
Using white-colored tiles, paint, and fittings is the easiest way to make your bathroom look bigger than it is. Because it naturally recedes and can reflect light, white can make any room look more spacious.
Bathroom fixtures such as the toilet, sink, and bathtubs are typically colored white, but it will be much better if you also use white for other bathroom features to make the room airier.
If you think that plain white looks dull, you can also add texture by adding elements such as pale stone, fabric accents, metallic, and wood. You just have to make sure that white is still the most dominant color in your bathroom.
2. Use a large mirror
Not only is a large mirror functional, but it can also double the visual size of the room. Although installing a large mirror on your wall will cost more, it can give your bathroom an elegant and dramatic feel compared to plain tiles.
As for the type of mirror to install, you can opt for a custom mirror that goes from wall-to-wall or purchase a ready-made one with a sophisticated-looking frame. Regardless of which one you choose, the effect will be the same. This trick is particularly helpful if you have a narrow bathroom with small walls.
3. Replace your shower curtain with a glass panel
If you are using a shower curtain, you might want to consider replacing it with a glass panel. Even if your shower curtain is pushed open, it can still be a visual obstruction. On the other hand, by using a glass panel, you will be able to visually expand the size of the room because the whole area will be visible at once.
For more privacy, you can use a tinted or frosted glass panel instead. It will still make your bathroom experience feel less cramped because the translucent glass will still allow some light to pass through. If possible, you may also want to have your bathtub removed and replace it with a shower stall to add more space.
4. Install good lighting
Good lighting is useful when you do things such as shave or put on makeup. However, besides that, bright lighting can give the illusion that the room is more spacious than it really is. You can install several light sources in different parts of your bathroom. You may install several ceiling lights, an edge-lighted mirror, and other locations where applicable.
How a Bathroom Renovation Company Can Help
While a DIY approach in making your bathroom appear bigger can work, it can also potentially lead to future problems and higher costs due to improper installation of fittings and other errors. By hiring a reliable professional, bathroom renovations can be accomplished at a reasonable price. Contact a bathroom renovation company today to learn how you can make your bathroom feel bigger!
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