We never seem to have enough space in our home, but the bathroom is often where we struggle the most. There are plenty of ways to maximise your space and make your small bathroom look bigger, less cluttered and more relaxing. Keep reading to discover how to make your small bathroom look bigger with our top tips.
Making your small bathroom look bigger 1: Bathroom detox
Firstly, we recommend de-cluttering your bathroom. Not only is it difficult to relax in a hot soak when your bathroom is filled with towels, toiletries and the kid’s bath toys but they take up a lot of space. By introducing savvy storage to your bathroom it’ll make the room appear much larger and tidier. Towel storage boxes are a great way of organising your things and can look chic, but we recommend vanity units and basin storage options. Not only do they make best use of your space but they’re extremely on-trend and the soft-closing doors offer offers plenty of concealed storage space.
Making your small bathroom look bigger 2: Maintain Your Bathroom’s Colour Scheme
We’re often asked how colours can influence a bathroom’s look, feel and space. We often tell our clients that keeping the colour scheme plain and clean can make your small bathroom look bigger. Instead of clashing colours and patterns, think light and bright. Less always gives the impression of more.
We suggest white or subtle pastels for our small bathroom clients, neutral tones like cream, beige and stone also work well. For those who want to keep their bathroom pared back but still want to add colour we recommend coloured fabrics such as towels, blinds or curtains. Coloured bathroom accessories are also a fun way of maintaining a colour scheme whilst keeping the rest of the bathroom white and bright.
To really make your small bathroom look bigger, your tiles should be large and plain with few grouting lines, particularly for your flooring.
Making your small bathroom look bigger 3: Your Bathroom’s Design
If you’re renovating your bathroom and considering how to make your small bathroom look bigger, speak to a bathroom designer. After a chat with an expert, they will be able to give you a full brief on how your bathroom’s new layout can maximise the space and even sketch out how the arrangement will look. Taking into consideration the doors, windows and other logistics of your new bathroom, your expert bathroom designer can recommend the best furniture, sanitary ware and tiles for your renovation to suit your budget. It’s the designer’s job to work with your ideas to develop a beautiful bathroom which works in a compact space but doesn’t compromise on style.
At Paul Barry KBB, our team of experts have been creating beautiful bathrooms of every shape and size for over 30 years. We can advise you on every aspect of your bathroom from tiling to mood lighting to help turn your dreams into reality. Working together with you, we create a luxurious and relaxing haven that exceeds your expectations.
Speak to a member of our team to arrange your free consultation. We would be happy to arrange a free no obligation quote for you.