In addition to the kitchen, bathrooms are often the most popular room for homeowners to update. Because of how critical it is and how valuable it is, a bathroom renovation can be an excellent investment, even if you are not planning on staying in your home.
If your home has a small guest bathroom, you should find a way to maximize the space. Creating storage space vertically may be ideal, but make sure not to overcrowd the eye or create a hazardous gap.
Even though your limited space might restrict your design, it should not limit your ambitions. Here are some of my favorite small bathroom remodeling ideas.
Say Goodbye to the Bathtub
A bathtub is a great addition to any bathroom, whether it’s for people who are older or have children. It can be used for a long workday or a relaxing bath. While a garden tub may be ideal for families with young children, a more intimate one may be ideal for a larger master bathroom.
The average size of a bathtub is around 13 square feet. If you have a small bathroom, getting rid of that area hog can allow you to expand your scope of use.
If you have limited space in your bathroom, a corner shower unit might be a good idea. Enlarged shower space or a rethink of your guest bathroom’s floor plan can be achieved by removing the oversized tub.
Get Creative With Design
Small bathrooms often have limited storage space, which is why it is essential to get creative and maximize it. Whether it is a new glass shower or a full bathroom, getting creative with your storage can make the most of it.
One of the most critical factors you should consider when adding storage space in your bathroom is finding traditionally unused areas. Creating a niche in the shower can be a great way to add clean storage.
The Good Guys is a team of experienced bathroom remodeling contractors who can help you with any bathroom project. They can provide you with the necessary guidance and help you select the right materials and fixtures to bring your vision to life.
Keep Things Light
Hall bathrooms are often considered to be similar to closets in terms of their size and utilitarian focus. Since an average person spends about 420 minutes a week in the bathroom, it is important to consider why people spend so much time in this space.
Remember to keep light in mind when it comes to your bathroom remodeling project. Having vanity lights above the medicine cabinet and sink can add some much-needed design elements to the space. The more light the bathroom has, the better it will look.
While a well-defined lighting plan is important for a small bathroom, and high-quality fixtures are ideal, natural light can be a great weapon in this space. Having more natural light can make the space feel bigger.
One of the easiest ways to add more natural light to a dark and dreary space in the room is by having a window in the shower. Most showers have an exterior wall that doesn’t have plumbing, making it an ideal location for a window. The Good Guys can help you find the ideal window for that area, and they will be happy to discuss the project with you.