7 Tips For Small Bathroom Renovations

For most of us, we are all trying to create more space in our homes. The reality is our small Perth bathrooms have an overflowing drawer of make-up, deodorants, razors, spare toothpaste, and toilet roll lastly let’s not forget those sample size amenities we take from hotels, with the thought that they’ll be useful but never actually use!
 
Below we will cover 7 Tips to help with you next small bathroom renovation and how to get the most out of that tiny feeling bathroom. 
 

1. LET THERE BE LIGHT.

If the room doesn’t have the luxury of an external window, the implementation of a simple skylight can bask the space in natural light, without taking up precious wall space.

  • Clear shower screens (as opposed to opaque) give the illusion extra space and light.

  • A fully frameless shower screen doesn’t create any visual barriers at all and can work brilliantly in a small bathroom.

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  • Make use of natural light, don’t block windows with heavy blinds.

  • Consider a skylight. A skylight will solve problems if the room is oriented away from the sun.

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3. Floating Vanity.

A vanity that connects only to the wall makes a bathroom instantly appear larger and creates the option for storage underneath. They reason the wall hung vanity makes the small bathroom feel bigger is it creates a flow to the bathroom not broken up by harsh lines to the floor. One other benefit of the wall hung vanity is it allows you to pick a floor tile that won’t clash with your wood grain vanity. CLICK HERE FOR PROS AND CONS OF WALL HUNG VANITIES

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4. Get As Wet As You Can

Wet rooms with no shower screen or an open shower screen are exactly how they sound. Without the use of a door, you can really open up a small bathroom or ensuite. The majority of the small bathroom renovations we do in Perth WA only uses a fixed panel shower screen for this example. For advice on the wet room set up including pros and cons

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5. Not Too Many Small Tiles

Try to keep those lovely subway finish or vertical stack bond to one feature wall to really make the room pop and not get overcluttered by too many lines. CLICK HERE FOR A BETTER BREAKDOWN.

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7. Does this mirror make me look fat?

Even in the smallest bathroom has space for a mirror, mirrors have a magical effect in making the room feel bigger. Whether you opt for the rounded mirror to show off those big tiles creating all this feeling of size or you opt for the ceiling high mirrors to create height. 

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It’s important to note that all our advice is general in nature and all bathrooms are unique so always speak to your local qualified tradesman for the best advice.

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  1. […] For most of us, we are all trying to create more space in our homes. The reality is our small Perth bathrooms have an overflowing drawer of make-up, deodorants, razors, spare toothpaste, and toilet roll lastly let’s not forget those sample size amenities we take from hotels, with the thought that they’ll be useful but never actually use! For The Full 7 Tips follow the link below. smallbathroomreno… […]

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