Just because a bathroom is small doesn't mean it should cramp your style; just a few simple, savvy design choices can instantly open a small space and a definite wow factor to any bathroom. Read below to see Lakeville's tip for styling a tiny bathroom!
Incorporating horizontal stripes to your bathroom walls, either with paint, tile or paneling, can have the interesting visual effect of making the room appear larger. This is one of the most inexpensive ways to open up a cozy bathroom.
As when working within any tiny space, be mindful to embrace vertical space. Floating shelves, corner shelves or mounted wall cabinets above the toilet add much needed bathroom storage. Plus, they add a chic decorative element.
A extra large mirror or even a mirrored wall instantly adds depth to any room.
For powder rooms where a desire for space takes priority over the need for storage, consider a pedestal sink or a wall-mounted vanity to open up floor space.
But where a vanity is an absolute storage necessity, as is the case in most bathrooms, consider a light cabinet color to prevent the furniture from overwhelming a small space.
Wall-mounted faucets are good for more than just their sleek and elegant aesthetic quality; they also provide additional counter space!
Decorative cake stands or glass containers are elegant solutions for storing your toiletry items. And, for the crafty among us, these make for great DIY projects.
Where floor space is limited, utilize wall space to personalize and style your bathroom. Accent walls, like this exposed brick feature wall above, create visual interest, depth and texture.
When all else fails, make use of space directly outside the bathroom. A decorative linen armoire or floating shelf unit placed right outside the bathroom door can keep bathroom items easily at hand.
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