By using a modest color palette with just a little bit of bold colours, you can create the feeling of space.
- Use the floor space. Maximize the space underneath your sink with baskets. Wire baskets add texture and style to a minimalist bathroom and provide necessary. storage for towels and other linens in a space-saving way.
- Instead of a cabinet, use fancy open shelves with baskets to hold toiletries and corral clutter.
- Under-mounted twin sinks are a sleek choice with plenty of room for fluffy towels.
- The mirrored medicine cabinet keeps a lot of your clutter in and even small towels.
- A corner sink maximizes every inch of the small space.
- Towel racks above the tub are both convenient and save on wall space.
- Have a large sink so two people can get ready at the same time maximising use.
- When you have limited space, the secret is to get things off the floor.
- A mirror over the tub creates the illusion of a larger space.
- Have patterned floor tiles, it makes the room feel larger and sheek.
- Curve the edges of sink area, you’ll gain back space and you’re less likely to bang into the edge when you’re in a rush.
- Use fixtures with storage.
- Go for a glass door for the shower, which makes the shower suddenly to feel like livable square footage again, making the room feel spacious.
- A savvy ledge right above the sink. This will hold all your daily essentials (toothpaste, soap) but won’t take up as much floor space.
- Instead of a door on a hinge, when open, takes up space in your small room, opt for a sliding door.
- Mirrors make the room feel larger as light bounces off the reflective surfaces. If you have any questions on how to make the most of your small bathroom, please contact Pelin Martin on 0208 994 7327 or on firstname.lastname@example.org – www.bluecrystallondon.co.uk