How to Make a Small Bathroom Feel Bigger
Many homeowners have to deal with the same problems: Drafty windows, squeaky floors, weak plumbing and small bathrooms. We are going to show you some tips and design ideas to get the most out of a small space. Hopefully you won’t feel too claustrophobic after your small bathroom remodel!
Built in cabinets add extra storage but all the cabinet doors can weigh down a small bathroom visually. To prevent this, try having a vanity that has an open bottom and use baskets under your sink to provide storage.
For even smaller bathrooms, a vanity can take up valuable square footage. Try pedestal sinks to make the room feel more open.
An eye catching focal point in a small bathroom can make a small bathroom feel bigger. Try this open vanity with vessel sinks. The open bottom gives you the airy, open feeling while providing more counter space compared to pedestal sinks.
Floor to ceiling glass shower doors make the room feel a lot bigger than shower curtains. Lots of natural light also helps.
Acton Woodworks can help with your next bathroom remodel! Contact us at (978) 263-0222 to discuss new design ideas!