Bath Remodeling Ideas for Smaller Spaces
Leaky plumbing, drafty windows, and small bathrooms are something you’re probably familiar with as a homeowner. But, just because the bathrooms in your home are small doesn’t mean that they can’t make a big impact. If you’ve made the decision to start a bath remodeling job on one of the small bathrooms in your house, these design ideas can help you get the most out of this space.
In a smaller bathroom, you probably don’t have a lot of room to store things like extra toilet paper, cleaning supplies, and cosmetic products. When you’re picking out a vanity during the bath remodeling project, stay away from pedestal sinks. Instead, go for a vanity that has tons of cupboards and drawer space underneath, even if it means making the space in your bathroom a little bit tighter.
Small bathrooms don’t leave a lot of room for decorations and other design elements. However, this can be remedied by adding a tile backsplash during your bath remodeling project. If you want to add a little flair to your bathroom without overdoing it with the décor, a few accent tiles above the top of the shower or above the bathroom sink can make a huge impact.
If you’re anxious to save space or want to make your bath remodel look like there’s more space in your bathroom, go for a curved shower rod instead of one that goes straight across. While curved rods cost a little more, they look great and give you more room in and around your shower.
As you start your bath remodeling project, keep in mind that just because your bathroom is small doesn’t mean it can’t be a great place to relax and unwind.
If you’d like to learn more about our bath remodeling services, contact us at Kitchen & Bath Plus in Altamonte Springs, Florida.