How To Make A Small Bathroom Feel Big

Cori Dunphy
Cori Dunphy
Published on April 10, 2018

Most people have dreamed of having a huge, relaxing bathroom where they can sink into the giant tub and unwind from the hectic day. Unfortunately, many of us are living with smaller bathrooms which feel dark and cramped. The good news is there are tricks you can use today to know how to make a small bathroom feel big.

  • Use tone-on-tone colors – A light, airy color like white or a pale pastel layered throughout the room will create a serene environment. • Include some negative space – Consider a floating vanity or cabinet with legs which allows some extra space for the eye to enjoy.

  • Keep the counters clear – Remove all non-essential items and store them out of sight. Keep the countertops clear of products, appliances, brushes etc. and provide a tidy, sleek look.

  • Mirror – Reflection is a great way to make any room look larger. Add a large mirror over the vanity.

  • Glass shower doors- Again, the idea is to eliminate anything which chops up the view. A clear glass shower, immaculately clean, is a nice way to expand the view.

In addition, allow natural light whenever possible to make the space bright and inviting. By following a few simple tips on how to make a small bathroom feel big.

Cori can be reached via email at [email protected] or by phone at 732 213 0325. Cori has helped many people buy and sell homes in the Monmouth County area for years.

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