Remodeling a medium sized bathroom can be a hard task, especially if you want to come up with an impression of larger space. You will have to find a way to fit all your bathroom accessories in the small space and avoid clutter without tampering or compromising your bathroom’s functionality. To turn such ideas into realty, consider the following tips.
Draw up a plan
Whether you choose to do everything yourself or hire bathroom remodeling professionals, drawing up a plan is a must. The plan will save you time and money as it will enable you to know beforehand exactly what you will need for the project. Start out by collecting bathroom design ideas from magazines or blogs. Then take your time to figure out if the ideas will work on your bathroom.
Go for sliding doors instead of the common hinged ones. Like you will find out, glass doors that usually slide into inbuilt wall cavities do not need extra space, unlike conventional doors that need swinging space. What’s more, sliding doors are trendy. You can also consider attaching door hooks that can fold down flat when in the wall cavity. Apart from looking stylish and saving space, the hooks can be used to hand bathroom accessories like towels, bathing nets and even your clothes.
You will need a place to store your toiletries and undergarments. That’s where wash basins with shelves underneath come into the picture. The shelves will go a long way to help you store not just the said toiletries and undergarments but also cosmetics, toothpastes and soaps.
Ditch the bathtub
Most homeowners consider it a luxury but it never is if you have limited space. It is a space devourer, so go for the shower instead. While at it, go for a shower cubicle with curved sides. Then cordon the shower with bright curtains that complement your bathroom floor and wall tiles.