When it comes to a small bathroom, there just never seems to be enough space. Heck, sometimes you feel like you have to lose a few pounds just to fit yourself inside of one. Still, that doesn’t mean a small bathroom can’t be beneficial. When you take a little time to remodel your small bath, putting it together just right, it can actually offer the perfect getaway space within your home.
Corner Sinks These kinds of sinks are often overlooked for pedestal sinks in small bathrooms. That being said, even pedastal sinks can upset the flow of the bathroom, especially when they’re placed in the middle of a wall. Look into a corner sink instead. They’re small and designed for a space that won’t get in the way.
Shower Curtains We get it, a large glass door appears trendier than the more dated shower curtain. However, a curtain which can move back and forth across a shower or a bathtub will give your small bathroom more space than a door that opens and closes. Plus, there are a variety of styles and prices available for shower curtains meaning you can find something that will fit the smallest or largest of budgets.
Modern Vanities While your small bathroom doesn’t offer a lot in terms of floor space, you can still add storage pockets. Vanities come in all shapes and sizes. Many vanities can actually be mounted on your wall (think: over your sink or toilet) which will free up room on your bathroom floor. Additionally, you can find minimalist vanities that offer an open shelf concept. These vanities make your bathroom appear larger while still giving you space to keep towels or linens.
In-Drawer Powering Outlets Oftentimes, a small bathroom doesn’t come equipped with enough outlets. Luckily, Docking Drawer offers an entire line of in-drawer powering outlet solutions. Install a Docking Drawer in any available drawer and power your hair dryer, curling iron, or flat iron where it's convenient rather than moving to another room of your home.
Extend your counters When you have a small bathroom, lengthening your counter over the toilet is a great use of space. Use wood or stone and add extra room for smaller items. It doesn’t affect the placement of your toilet and gives your small bathroom an overall clean lines look.
Use a Larger Mirror Many times, homeowners size their mirror to their counter space. Instead, consider getting a larger mirror that takes up more wall space. This will allow multiple people to use the bathroom at once. While it may be a little cramped, every available inch counts in a small bathroom.
There are many ways you can utilize the space of a small bathroom. Instead of writing the space off, invest a little time and money into remodeling it into a space you’ll love to use.
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