5 Designer Tips to Upgrade Your Small Bathroom
Let’s face it, no one likes to be in a cramped and nearly claustrophobic bathroom. Nearly everyone has had a not-so-fun experience trying to use a broom-closet sized bathroom and nearly broke a neck just trying to enter one. So, if your bathroom is a little on the smaller size and you have been trying to figure out ways to make it feel bigger without breaking your bank, then Kingston has you covered. We have five ingenious ways for you to upgrade your small bathroom to the level of a five-star hotel.
Ditch Your Glass Door
Believe it or not, but those shower glass doors aren’t doing your bathroom any good. They take up too much space and can actually ruin the natural flow of your bathroom. So, ditch the glass door and get yourself a shower curtain. Shower curtains offer you easy mobility and will save you a lot more space because it can move back and forth.
Increase the amount of space in your shower by adding the Edenscape Stainless Steel Adjustable Double Curved Shower Rod. The curved design makes the shower area feel more open and spacious as the double rod provides added convenience. Use one rod for a waterproof shower curtain and the other for a more decorative one.
The Smaller the Better
Sometimes, the bigger things, the more trouble they give you. So, if your bathroom has been feeling a little cramped lately, it’s probably because of your big and bulky vanity. Swap out your old vanity for a floating vanity or an open console sink. A floating vanity and console sink will open up space and give your bathroom a lot more breathing room because they do not take up a lot of room.
A fabulous alternative where space is limited or tight. With different shades and natural designs, otherwise known as veining, no two sinks will be alike.
The Illusion of an Upgrade
Mirrors are much more than they appear to be. They can give your small bathroom the illusion of a wider space with little effort. All you have to do is expand your mirror by stretching it across the wall instead of installing a simple vanity mirror. With a wall-sized bathroom mirror, your bathroom will feel larger even though it actually isn’t.
The pristine, stain-resistant surface and glistening finish make for a very sturdy fixture that is easily maintained. The water supply kit, drain assembly, and the faucet is sold separately.
Use the Door
With such a small bathroom, every inch really matters because the efficiency of your bathroom can really make or break the space. So, if you are looking for more space, remember to be creative and to think outside of the box – or rather a door. The back of your bathroom’s door can be really helpful in maintaining the efficiency of your bathroom. Install a towel bar or other useful bathroom accessories to maximize the space of your bathroom and make it a lot more functional.
Hang your towels in style with the chic appeal of the Kingston Brass Victorian Towel Bar. Available in multiple finishes, this 24″ bar can quickly become an essential piece of your bathroom design. Pair with other accessories from the Victorian Collection.
Upgrade to Wall-Mounts
Now, by far the easiest way for you to upgrade your small bathroom is to simply get yourself a wall-mount bathroom faucet. Because these bathroom faucets are installed on the wall instead of the counter of your sink, they will save you a lot more space than traditional bathroom faucets. If you have smaller sinks and vanities, then a wall-mount faucet will be your bathroom’s newest best friend. Free up the space of your bathroom with your very own wall-mount faucet.
Clean-up is also made a breeze as counter space is cleared up. The Concord Single-Handle Wall Mount Bathroom Faucet and its featured sturdy brass construction and premium polished chrome finish are guaranteed to glamorize your home’s modern ensemble for years to come.