Small bathrooms can be made to look larger and sleeker if you are clever about the décor and design. Important areas that can make a big difference to your bathroom include not only the position of the shower, bath, sink or toilet but also the choice of accessories, storage solutions and even how you style the windows.
Colour and Light
Small bathrooms will always look larger if you use white paint or pale paint on the walls and light-coloured furniture. You can also make the size larger with clever storage such as wicker drawers placed in the corners or awkward positions to make the most of the bathroom space. If you can, adding a skylight can look fantastic and bring in lots of light.
Accessories and Space
Even the colour of your towels can make a difference, so consider investing in a stylish Egyptian cotton towel set, which can bring the bathroom to life. Choose classic colours or go bold with bright colours and make a statement with your towels, face cloths and bath mats. You can use stacking shelves and tall, multi-tiered baskets to store items in a practical, stylish and space-saving way. There are lots of big ideas for small homes, whether you are looking to decorate a living room or bathroom.
Windows and Blinds
One area that can make a difference is the windows. Having curtains is not a good idea in a bathroom, as they can get damp and damaged. A better choice is frosted glass or, better still, a sleek blind. Blinds are a great way to add style and practicality to a small bathroom. The best choice for blinds in a bathroom are waterproof blinds, as these will repel any water droplets and maintain their looks for longer. Waterproof fabric can be stylish, and you have a large choice from many stockists, both online and offline, such as UC Blinds. You are sure to be able to find the right colour and design to match your bathroom.
Although popular, frosted glass can leave the bathroom too bright and also not be entirely private. Blinds are much more practical because they allow you to alter the amount of light that comes into the room and adjust the privacy by moving the blind up and down to suit your preference.