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We would like to bring your attention to a place in your home which unarguably is one of the most used & important spaces that we sometimes neglect.
We are talking about the Bathroom!
Whether it’s the big or little bathroom, the en-suite or the ‘one that nobody uses’, they all deserve recognition, TLC & a bit of revamping throughout their lifetime.
Renovating your bathroom can end up being a more significant & costly project than you may have originally anticipated. Although it is a relatively small space in your home it is undeniably the most functional & there are many considerations to take on board when undertaking this project.
The first place to start with a bathroom renovation project, is to be fully aware of what you are seeking to achieve.
If your objective is to exploit space & upgrade the overall look & feel of your bathroom then we narrowed down some invaluable tips out there which will make this project easier;
Space Saver Tip 1: Create the Illusion of Space in Your Bathroom with Wall Hanging Furniture & Sanitary-ware
An old reliable space saving technique which is guaranteed to work is investing in wall hung toilets, sinks & furniture. Not only will your bathroom actually have more space in it but it will also create the illusion of space as the eye will be drawn to the area underneath these items.
Space Saver Tip 2: Use Glass or Clear Surfaces to Create The Illusion of Space
Another space illusion trick that will benefit your bathroom is using a glass enclosure in order to separate your shower from the rest of your bathroom, tricking the eye into visually thinking there is more space available. Quadrant shower enclosures also come with sliding doors meaning you will not have to worry about having enough space for the doors to open out.
Space Saver Tip 3: Choose Your Colour Scheme Wisely
I know what you are all thinking, how does the colour of my bathroom affect its space? Colours can have a significant impact on the sense of space in your bathroom. Be sure to use light & breezy colours which, will open up your room and enhance any existing natural light. White would be the most prominent colour in terms of opening up your room however, gentle colours such as magnolia & caramel will also fool the eye into thinking there is more space than there actually is.
Space Saver Tip 4: Use A Mirror To Give The Feeling of Space in Your Bathroom
Selecting a suitable mirror that can utilise the light in your bathroom will be very beneficial. Particularly in a tight space bathroom, having a mirror stretch across the wall instead of just a vanity can not only enable 2 people to use it at once it will also make your bathroom look bigger.
Mirrored cabinets are also a fantastic space saver, by not only providing you with a place for personal grooming & storage it also reflects light, assisting to brighten and enlarge the room.
So there you have it, all you need to know about increasing & enhancing the space in your bathroom from 4 simple tips.
These easy tips will be sure to prevent any renovation disaster..........