If you are remodelling your en-suite or simply just working with a small space, small bathroom design can be tricky! There are certain things which you must consider when working with a smaller space. As such, we always recommend using experienced bathroom designers when working with any size space. With our knowledge and expertise, we can foresee potential design issues in the earliest stage of your project. Therefore, saving you time and money in the long run. Here are a few tips to optimise your bathroom space.
Simplicity in Storage
To maximise your space, it is important that the area is clutter-free. Choosing the right storage solution in a smaller space is imperative to the functionality of your bathroom design. From under the basin storage to wall hung storage there is a wide range of options. However, we advise that you opt for off the floor storage. This is because having more floor space creates the illusion of a larger space. You can view some opulent bathroom storage solutions at our bathroom showroom based in Brentwood.
Low Ceilings, No Problem!
If you are adding a bathroom to a loft conversion, you can make perfect use of the space under the low ceiling. Adding a luxury bathtub into the corner of your room creates the perfect cosy hideaway in your home. Using space which otherwise would have little use in your home. Visit our showroom to view our range of luxury bathtubs to suit every space.
A Solution is Just Around the Corner!
When space is limited, a corner sink is the ideal space saving solution for your new bathroom. A corner basin leaves more wall space for other fixtures or fittings.
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall
Using large mirrors in small spaces plays a trick on the eye and gives the illusion of more space. Combining a large mirror with a simplistic colour scheme can really open your space. Furthermore, if you opt for a large, mirrored cabinet this will also create more storage space.
Smaller Space Shouldn’t Mean Smaller Budget.
The main thing to remember is that just because the area is smaller, this doesn’t mean the budget should also be! You will still require the same fixtures and fittings as any other bathroom. For example, a toilet, a basin, shower or a bathtub and storage are all essential. Additionally, you will still require the same level skilled tradesmen to fit your bathroom. Consequently, the overall cost will likely to be close too or match that of a larger bathroom design.
Book Your Bathroom Design Today
If you require help to optimise your bathroom space, contact our team today. With over 20 years’ experience in the industry, we can manage your project from inception to completion. Furthermore, we have an excellent reputation for our aftercare with huge 5-year installation warranties.