At least once in our lives we have been confronted with a very obnoxiously small bathroom and had to wonder “How am I going to fit all my stuff in here?”. Well, we have 5 simple and useful tips to decorate and make the best of your tiny space.
The most pressing problem is storag, so consider using the space between the studs. Cubbies, shelves and ledges that can be fit between studs create perfect landing places for towels, toiletries and other necessities. Small slices of space like this, often lurking next to a sink, tub or mirror, cry out to be put to use.
Unless you want your small bathroom to feel and look even smaller, avoid clutter. This means you need to use your available space very wisely and keep things off the floor and walls. If you can, invest in furniture and decor pieces with dual or triple purposes.
That 70s dull suspension light is not doing anything for your bathroom, both from a decorating and space standpoint. If you have a window, maximize the natural light aspect by upstaging it and keep the window clean for the best lighting. If you don’t have a window, invest in track lighting, which gives the perception of a longer room.
God is in the details
Just because your bathroom is small doesn’t mean you can’t make it your own with unique details that fit you and your family’s personality. If you have a bare wall, add a fun family photo gallery with different sizes of frames and mirrors or just paint with a bold color, that way you are adding color without adding clutter. You can also add one big mirror which will automatically make your bathroom look larger.
Keep it simple
Bathrooms don’t need excessive decorations, so don’t get overly excited and caught up with different designs, colors, statement pieces and furniture. Keep your look simple and clean. Feature one statement piece, like a chandelier, piece of artwork, trendy shower curtain or mosaic floor, and keep the rest of the room clean cut and sleek.