How To Fit In Furnishings In Your Small Bathroom
If you have a bathroom with a super small space and you are trying to fit in everything, it like doing a crossword puzzle. There are different challenges that you will encounter and among these are the following: allowing enough space for a shower area, configuring the sink and toilet to code and ascertaining where to place the towels and tissue papers. Despite these typical challenges, it is usually a better option to squeeze in another bathroom especially if you desperately need one, even if it is just so small.
If you plan on creating space in small bathrooms here are some tips in designing that will help your small bathroom appear spacious and calmly.
- Install a sink in the corner. At times, a pedestal sink can disrupt an available lane inside your bathroom. In small bathrooms, it is suggested that you place a cornier sink from across the toilet rather than a sink across the shower. The opening and closing of the door in your shower area will usually create an awkward condition.
- Make use of a shower curtain. A shower curtain which you can move back and forth will greatly save you some place compared to a glass door that you have to move in and out.
- Float the vanity unit. Floating a vanity unit will actually help the bathroom to visually appear bigger and at the same time the floor space will be freed of space so you can place in smaller items.
- Round the vanity. When you have tight spaces, sharp corners will usually pose risk or threats. You may opt for a vanity item with a rounded tip. It can still work in a square space.
- Extend the counter top to the toilet. This style of arranging things in the bathroom can be possible with the use of a wood slab or a stone. The extended counter will create enough space for a few crucial needed items. The toilet placement will not be affected at all and the look is at the same time clean and minimalist.
Having these tips in mind, you can now make something great from your small bathroom.