Small bathroom ideas 101
It’s often said that the kitchen is the most important room in the house.
But we beg to differ.
Your bathroom is the place where you wash away the stresses and strains of the day with a refreshing shower or soak up your downtime with a glass of chilled wind and a good book in a relaxing bubble bath.
In theory, it’s also the place where you can get on with your personal necessities, while the rest of the house get on with what they’re doing.
Regardless of whether your bathroom’s on the front, back or side of your property, is upstairs or downstairs, or if you have one or several of them, these rooms deserve a little TLC. And if your bathroom’s on the smaller scale, the same principle applies. In fact, there’s even more reason to focus on it, as you often have to be that more creative with your space.
We help people with bathrooms of all sizes transform these rooms into stylish, yet highly practical spaces that fully meet their needs. But in this post, we’re turning our attention to bathrooms that are at the smaller end of the spectrum by sharing some of our small bathroom ideas with you.
IDEA 1: Slimline your suite
We all know that dark colours and chunky items can make spaces look even smaller and closed in, they can also make them feel incredibly claustrophic too. Where possible, always choose a light bathroom suite with a slimline design (like the bathroom and basin in this image). Patterns and intricate detailing may look pretty, but it’s a total no-no if you want to keep your bathroom looking airy and spacious.
IDEA 2: Integrate your amenities
Every bathroom begins with a toilet and basin, but that shouldn’t mean that they have to look the same as the next or that there’s ample space for them either. That’s where integrated toilet vanity basins come in, like the one above. You can make sure you can still fit in all of the basic amenities that you need plus, they look super-stylish too.
IDEA 3: Keep things clean and straight
Sometimes if space is particularly tight, then you have little choice about where your toilet, bathroom etc. can go. But you can choose what they look like. Opting for suites that are symmetrical and incorporate contemporary straight edges with minimal detail, will help make the end result look uncluttered, rather than overbearing and oversized for the surroundings.
We hope you’ve found these small bathroom ideas useful and that they’ve helped provide you with a little inspiration for your bathroom(s). Small bathroom design doesn’t have to be challenging and it most certainly isn’t impossible. Contact us today on 0800 980 6018 or by emailing email@example.com for more ideas or to find out how we can help you transform your small bathroom.