Many homeowners would want a bathroom remodel, but they feel they are hampered by limited space. Does this sound familiar? They—and you—don’t have to be, though. There are many small bathroom designs that a professional contractor can use to give you a sense of light and air in even the tiniest urban W.C. Read on for the most common questions about small bathroom renovation and how a creative contractor, like us at Warsaw Home Improvement, can help you get the bathroom of your dreams, no matter how much—or how little—space you have.
Small Bathroom Tips
Make every inch of space everywhere count. If you don’t have a built-in medicine cabinet, consider a narrow ledge above the sink to hold your necessities such as toothbrushes. Consult with a professional builder about rounded corners for built-in vanities. Softer corners actually do give you more space and prevent painful crashes when you’re in a hurry.
Maximize Space Without Knocking Down Walls
Mirrors, even small ones, reflect light and create a sense of space. Oval mirrors have the extra benefit of creating the illusion of added height to walls. Likewise, glass shower walls, rather than a curtain, open up a bathroom.
At Warsaw Home Improvement we can talk with you about using tables rather than larger built-in vanities and shelves and other space saving design ideas. For example, a narrow table can hold a sink and add warmth, and a small table holding a decorative item, when placed well, can add interest without taking up too much space.
Our team of professionals are experienced in bathroom renovation and can offer you many ideas for small bathroom designs that will make your bathroom remodel easy and result in a room you can live with and love easily for years to come. For more information or for a free quote, click here.