If you have a small bathroom, it can be difficult to make all the essentials fit and make the most of the available space. From allowing enough clearance for the shower to figuring out where to put your towels, there are a variety of challenges when it comes to remodeling a small bathroom.
At Kitchen & Bath Galleria, we have put together some ideas you can use to get the most out of a small bathroom space.
Instead of using a glass door that moves in and out, use a shower curtain that moves back and forth for privacy and to save space. You may also want to consider a shower-tub combo since some tubs are only 60 inches in length.
A corner sink is a great way to make the most of your available space and keeps a clear path for walking around the bathroom open, unlike a pedestal sink, which can get in the way.
With minimal space, you can mount your towel bar on your shower door to keep them handy. Even if you must store the rest of your towels in a nearby closet, this will provide you with a way to keep a towel close by without taking up too much space.
Float your vanity above the floor.
By mounting your vanity above the floor, you can make your bathroom appear bigger, and you can also increase storage space for small items.
Another way to increase storage space is to choose a vanity with storage. A pedestal style vanity with one shelf will give you a place for extra towels, toilet paper, or toiletries.
By mounting the faucet to the wall, you can free up space and install a narrow vanity. This will help to free up more space in your bathroom.
At Kitchen & Bath Galleria, our expert designers can help you create a picture-perfect small bathroom designed with your needs and lifestyle in mind. When searching for “bathroom remodeling near me,” be sure to choose the best, Kitchen & Bath Galleria! Contact us today to learn more!
Greg is the owner of Kitchen & Bath and has been providing designing and building services since 1986. With that much experience, he's become an expert in several types of home renovations.