You can make a bathroom stylish, practical, and functional regardless of its size. Space experts and representatives of the AquaticaUSA brand share the secrets of how to create a comfortable bathroom.
How to Equip a Small Bathroom? Useful Tips
If the room is small, unnecessary details will “eat up” the usable space. Get rid of all unnecessary things. Hide communications in a box, use compact custom bathroom sinks, bath, or shower cabin. In a square laconic room, it makes sense to use corner plumbing.
In some cases, the washing machine and dryer can be removed to the utility room. If this is not possible, use a model of a washing machine combined with a dryer. Another convenient move is to build in a neat sink above the washing machine. Thus, it will be possible to save useful space.
When the bathroom is combined with a toilet, it makes sense to attach the toilet to the wall, not to the floor. This technique creates visual lightness. Glossy surfaces, solid monochromatic coatings, light shades, and individual bright details on their background work in the same way. All this will help the room appear more spacious than it is.
Secrets of Arranging a Spacious Bathroom
Any suspended plumbing also looks good in a large bathroom. In arranging a spacious bathroom, there are more interesting options that can be implemented. So, here are a couple of helpful tips:
- Start with a detailed plan. Think about what and where will be located in the room. At this stage, it makes sense to use the services of a professional designer.
- Don’t be afraid to experiment with finishes. Most often, ceramic tiles are used in the bathroom. You can use tiles with neutral designs for the main part of the room, patterns or bright colors for accents, and mosaics for the curb and floor.
- Plumbing should be suitable for the room. Tropical rain shower cabins, freestanding bathtubs, and shower cabins combined with a home sauna look very impressive.
- Take care of good lighting. In a large room, it is possible to use different types of lamps: light bulbs near the mirror, spotlights built into the ceiling, separate lamps and chandeliers for the embodiment of the design idea.
- Consider a convenient storage system. In a spacious room, you can allocate space for whatnots, individual modules, and dressers.
And, most importantly, don’t be afraid of daring experiments. Let them be as convenient as possible for you.