Three Tips for a More Spacious Bathroom
Do you have a cozy, intimate bathroom that you wish you could brighten up without knocking down walls? There are tons of tips and tricks you can use to utilize the space you’re in now without changing any of the square footage. The key to making your bathroom feel more spacious is creativity. By getting creative, you can get the look and feel of a bigger bathroom without breaking the bank.
In a bathroom, having a custom mirror to place in front of the bathroom sink will help make the space look larger. It will reflect the light in the room and pick of the color and pattern of the room. If you aren’t sold on the idea of one huge mirror, try a collection of mirrors arranged in the place of one large mirror to open up the room and make it feel more spacious. Give the illusion of a bigger space without changing one square inch. Most often, a large custom mirror can double the illusion of your space and visually double your investment.
Incorporating natural light in a master bathroom is key to making the space feel airy and open. Whether that means uncovering the bathroom windows by removing shutters or blackout window curtains, allowing natural light to flow in, helps open up the space without altering the floor plan. Instead of blackout curtains, try a translucent window shade or tone on tone stained glass windows with natural light and privacy.
Applying neutral colors to your bathroom gives it the feel that it is bigger than what it is. When you break up the continuity of the bathroom with various colors and textures, you create a small closed in feel. When you go with one seamless color for your bathroom and play around with textures, it reflects any available light and retains a seamless look that has character and makes the space seem larger.
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