How to remodel a small bathroom

Remodel a small bathroom requires a lot of planning to make sure your budget is spent wisely. When it comes to small spaces, choosing the appropriate accessories can affect the appearance and the sense of space more than anything else.

Instructions:

  1. Reduce the scale of the accessories and furniture in the bathroom. The bigger they are the smaller bathroom will appear. This is especially true of the corners crowded with elements, washbasin and sill with too many objects and laundry baskets and other large containers. Only by replacing these elements you can get enough to add other items or to replace the tub or shower to expand space.
  2. Remove the tube and settle only with a shower. This will significantly increase the space available and allow you to add additional furniture for storage. A shower curtain will make the space look even bigger because you can leave a little open to show the space behind it. If you prefer sliding doors, you can make glass.
  3. Consider changing your toilet and sink by smaller and flatter. The new models are generally designed to live in apartments, so they can fit in shallower areas and make the most of every available centimeter.
  4. Add a mirror, if you cannot change the mirror over the sink. Add lights shimmer on top to give the impression of a more reflective or place a second mirror on the opposite wall. It has more room to place candles or adds a regulator of light intensity to your bathroom has a mesa gradable atmosphere.
  5. Pinto again placed the bathroom tiles or light colors. If the white or blue seem too simple, consider adding touches of color contrast by placing a mosaic occasionally or paint a border to separate the wall from the ceiling. If you want to add other decorative touches, using plants (that add a touch of color and give a sense of open space) and candles (which multiply the light)

Tips & Warnings:

  • If you have no idea how to reform your bathroom, you can hire a designer to help you during the planning. Many designers agree to draw up plans for a small fee if you cannot afford to pay for the whole process.