Creating space for your bathroom can be a bit tricky. A design-build contractor can only do so much opening up your bathroom through renovation without hurting your home’s overall balance. That’s why, in this post, we suggest some design tricks to make the most of the bath space.
Make It White
Painting your bathroom walls white lends an airy feeling that goes well with the spaciousness you’re aiming for. Unlike other colors, white makes the room look bigger. Try applying white not only to your tiles or walls but also to your vanity, sink and even curtains. Adding a variety of pale stone, molding or even fabric accent creates a layer of depth and texture to your bathroom.
Having a Floating Vanity
This one is less of a bathroom renovation but more of furniture choice. A floating vanity alleviates space constraints. Having a few inches of free room might not sound like much, but in practice it makes a huge difference. A floating vanity also opens up more room for storage.
Use a Huge Mirror
A bathroom with narrow walls can benefit much from having a full-sized mirror. Though expensive, huge mirrors can double your room’s space by reflecting light, tricking the eye into seeing more space than there actually is.
Have a Glass Panel
Having glass panels opens up more visual space for your bathroom while still affording the privacy provided by a shower curtain. Using frosted or even tinted glass for privacy is far better than having the artificial wall a shower curtain allows.
Bright lighting provides better viability, and dispels shadows in corners that would only emphasize how small the room is. Using multiple sources of light or a grid ceiling light is essential to reach the dark areas of your bathroom. This is also ideal to avoid accidents, such as slipping or even a nick from a razor.
Creative Nook, Inc. is more than just a kitchen renovation company. We also offer home and bathroom renovation and provide custom additions when you need it. Call us at (610) 644-6665. We serve homeowners in Wayne, PA, and the nearby areas