1. Add Mirrors To Expand Your Space
Mirrors fool your eyes into perceiving a larger space, and they also help reflect light, which makes smaller spaces seem bigger. You can add more mirrors throughout your bathroom, or replace your current vanity mirror with a larger model.
2. Integrate A Skylight Or Light Tunnel If Your Bathroom Doesn’t Have Windows.
A lack of natural light can make smaller bathrooms feel dingy and cramped, especially if they lack windows. A skylight or a “light tunnel” is a great way to get more natural light into your space, and make it feel bigger.
3. Replace Your Vanity Cabinet With A Pedestal Vanity Or Wall-Mounted Sink
Vanity cabinets provide a lot of storage space, but also take up a lot of floor space in smaller bathrooms. If you don’t have too much stuff to store, it may be a good idea to use a wall-mounted sink or pedestal vanity to get more floor space.
4. Hidden/Recessed Storage
In a small bathroom, minimizing clutter is essential for making your space feel bigger. In-wall shelves, hidden storage behind vanity mirrors and medicine cabinets, and even recessed storage areas hidden behind wall art can be used to keep your stuff out of the way – and make your space look larger.
5. Choose A Lighter Color Scheme
Darker colors make a space feel smaller, while lighter colors tend to make it feel more airy and spacious. Consider repainting your walls with a white color or a light gray, and replacing dark tile flooring with a brighter material.
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