Bathroom. Tuesday , February 13th , 2018 - 05:22:40 AM
Adding a small closet can also help. For example, if you can store your towels in the closet rather than hanging them on a towel rack it will make the bathroom seem more open and accessible. This also applies to the actual amenities of your bathroom like the toilet and sink, whose sizes can vary widely depending on the home owners personal tastes. Selecting a smaller sink and toilet will do wonders for the width of a bathroom. When working in small spaces like this, little differences here and there can really add up. Remember this when selecting your amenities.
Nothing makes a bathroom look smaller than clutter. Such things as towels on the counter, a magazine rack next to the toilet, statues, and bulky pictures should be reserved for larger rooms in the home. This also includes the bathtub itself. Shampoo bottles and soaps should be kept off the showers edges and instead stored in an accessible place that's out of view. One of the best solutions for storage is cabinets, especially recessed cabinets that are imbedded directly into the wall. This gives the bathroom extra space because it utilizes the area behind the bathroom itself. Cabinets and vanities that stick out are huge space wasters, so replacing those alone will do wonders for the perceived spacial elements of your bathroom.
4) Walls. Although water resistant wallpaper is still a reliable choice for the walls of a bathroom, tiles are becoming more and more popular as a fashionable and durable replacement. The only drawback of tiled walls is that they don't do well with condensation and can make a regular bathroom feel like a steam room. To solve this problem you can install under floor heating and/or quality ventilation. If simple paint more aptly fits your needs, alternating vertical stripes of similar colors is a great way to make a small bathroom look significantly larger.
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