Tips On Designing A Bathroom In A Small Space

We don’t all have money to buy large house or apartments and so we must make do with what we have. In any house an extra bathroom regardless of how small it can be is always very useful. You shouldn’t let the amount of space that you have get in the way of getting the job done. However, if you are not too smart with your design then you are going to end up with a very cramped bathroom. Through the course of this article I shall share with you a few design tips that may be useful in making sure that even with limited space your bathroom is not too cramped.

One of the first things that you should do is get rid of the idea of having a large square sink. They take up a lot of space and a lot of the time installing one would block the only available traffic lane within the bathroom. If you have a door to the bathing area, it might create an awkward and tight situation when you want to get in and out of the bathing area.A corner sink on the other hand is perfect for the job. Of course you could get rid of the door altogether and go for a curtain as it much easier to use. However, I would personally opt for a better solution which is the use of good glass shower screens. They are much easier to keep clean and maintain.

Even if you have a demarked area for your bathing area you would not feel like your bathroom has gotten smaller in size with their frameless shower screen Brisbane designs. Mounting a vanity on the wall is also a very good idea to get some extra storage space for you to store some of the little things that you have lying around the bathroom. If you want to avoid bruised hips it would be best to go for a design with rounded edges. If your sink is right next to the toilet you could extent the counter over the toilet to add some more space as well. If you do have a door to the shower area you should attach a towel bar to the door to free up some more space.

Even when thinking of the tiles and pain to be used think of designing it in a way that make you feel like there is more space than there actually is. At the end of the day what matters most is the effect that it has on your mind. If you feel the space is cramped, you are always going to feel uncomfortable in the bathroom. As long as you take everything into account and design properly you should have a very comfortable bathroom.