How Do You Redesign a Small Bathroom?
From a design perspective, there are many things you can do to redesign a small bathroom to create the illusion of more space. For instance, using a monochromatic color scheme can make things feel more open, especially if you use a light, neutral tone. Reducing the size of the fixtures in the bathroom can also make it feel less cramped. Installing a smaller toilet and a smaller sink, or better yet, opting for a pedestal sink or a wall-mounted sink can free up some extra space beneath the sink basin. And having a large mirror installed above the sink can also help to open up the space, especially if it’s mounted flat against the wall and not on a medicine cabinet that juts out. Shoot, if you have the available wall space, you can even go ahead and add a second mirror on an adjacent wall.
Consider a Conversion
From a more structural perspective, a wet area remodel can help you redesign your small bathroom to make it feel less tiny. If you have a bathtub in your small bathroom, replacing it with a walk-in shower stall can give you some much-needed floor space. And, if you do go with a walk-in shower, opting for glass shower doors instead of a curtain will keep things feeling more open and less boxed in.
As a full-service bathroom remodeling company, BathWraps can help you redesign your small bathroom to make the most of your available space. When you partner with us for a tub-to-shower conversion project, you’ll be able to select from many stunning solid colors, natural stone patterns, textures, and simulated tile options to design a replacement shower that beautifully complements the rest of your bathroom’s décor.
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