Small bathroom ideas
Even if you don’t have masses of square footage to play with, it’s still possible to achieve a beautiful bathroom. To inspire you, we’ve put together the following tips and ideas.
Optimise the area by removing your bath and embrace a luxurious wet room scheme. This will allow you more design freedom when it comes to the layout and could add value to your home, particularly if it’s an ensuite.
If you’re going electric, then select a high gloss product with a narrow, curved profile. Tech lovers could opt for a digital mixer. All you will see from the surface is the shower head and controls for the ultimate minimalistic look.
Underfloor heating is a superb space saver and means you don’t need any bulky radiators or towel rails. For the floor covering itself, experiment with oversized tiles as fewer grout lines will create an open, airy atmosphere.
A very large frameless mirror, which rises to the ceiling, will instantly make everything appear more spacious and is a trick often used by interior designers. Swap fabric shower curtains for a clear glass screen to further improve the sense of flow.
Wall hanging vanity units are ideal for small bathrooms and makes cleaning easier with less awkward corners to reach. Those which include deep drawers are especially useful as toiletries can be tucked away and stood upright to avoid spillages.