Bathrooms are often the smallest rooms in our homes, however there are a number of great design ideas perfect for enhancing and making the most of the available space in your bathroom, allowing you to create a functional bathroom space without compromising on aesthetics. So here we give a quick guide to some top design tips and tricks to help you enhance your space and create your dream bathroom.
Use Your Walls
When it comes to increasing the space in your bathroom storage is key, and making use of the walls in your bathroom for some handy storage solutions is a great way to economise on space. For example try installing cabinets above and below your sink area to save on valuable floor space. Recessed shelves, in areas such as your shower, are also perfect for minimising clutter and are a great practical solution.
Using plenty of mirrors and reflective surfaces can help to create the illusion of space in any room, and can also transform the look of your bathroom too, creating interesting focal points that draw the eye.
When it comes to the decor of your bathroom there are a number of great tiling choices ideal for creating a spacious and inviting feel. For example adding patterns such as a horizontal stripe which runs the length of your walls can enhance the flow in the room, thereby increasing the illusion of space. Choosing neutral colours for your tiling choices can also help create a bright and fresh feel which will also ultimately help your bathroom to appear larger. Tiles with a reflective surface such as certain varieties of mosaic bathroom tiles have great light reflecting qualities, and as well as enhancing the aesthetic appeal of your bathroom, they can also make it appear lighter and thus more spacious.
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