Imagine that you’ve just moved into your dream home and are in the process of settling in and organizing your space. Everything is going great until you get to the bathroom. You’re midway through unpacking the boxes labeled “bathroom” when suddenly, you find that you’ve completely run out of storage space.
Suddenly, that charmingly tiny bathroom becomes a major issue, and it’s time to start thinking about a remodel. But having a plan for how to optimize your limited space without making the room feel cramped and cluttered is essential. If you’re struggling with effectively utilizing your limited space, check out these bathroom remodeling tips to maximize your space:
- Go Light & Bright – Light, neutral colors are great for making a space feel more open than it actually is, making them a great choice for bathrooms with limited space. This applies to the cabinets and countertops, as well as the walls and ceiling.
- Use Vertical Space – Your walls can easily provide plenty of storage space. Consider incorporating floating shelves or tall cabinets in your bathroom remodeling plans to help you avoid cluttering up your precious floor space.
- Keep it Clear – Transparent glass, acrylic, and other materials can help create the illusion of space, so consider going with glass-fronted cabinets, adding windows with frosted glass for privacy, or opting for a walk-in shower with a glass enclosure for a more open, airy feel.
If you’re planning on doing some bathroom remodeling, our team here at The Gallery of Stone has plenty of options that will help you save space and maximize the functionality of your smaller bathrooms. Contact us today to learn more!