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Published on: 02 Oct 2017 by kitchenstales
It may sound great to have a bathtub the size of a jacuzzi or a shower large for two people, but some homeowners are not so lucky. While most of us have multiple bathrooms, they range in size. Larger bathrooms, like most large rooms in your home, often seem easier to decorate. Small bathrooms, however, are a bit more of a challenge. When it comes to decorating any bathroom, you want to aim to meet two important aspects: personal style and functionality.
Storage is often a problem as well. It takes some creative thinking to make sure that all of your bathroom essentials are stored well without sacrificing walking room. Large cabinets are often a hindrance in small bathrooms, so opt for floating shelves; they are functional and stylish. Storage ladders come in various styles can create both a modern bathroom accent as well as a traditional one. Wooden crates are another idea: they can be stacked in such a way that mimics shelving.
While style matters quite a lot to most of us, functionality should remain at the front of your mind if you have only a small space to work with. Place a hamper under your sink, and store personal hygiene products rather than display them for more counter space. However, you can mix the two often if you stay alert. Store cotton swabs in stylish glass jars on shelves.
Do not add knick-knacks to small bathroom design. Because these do not have apurpose (unless you have a particularly cute toothbrush holder), they often clutter the room and discourage a feeling of calm and cleanliness. Any design elements added should have functionality.
The color palette that you use for your bathroom can also have a deep impact on a small space. Light colors and textures do not just convey a look of cleanliness, but also help to ‘open up’ a room and make space seem larger. These light colors also convey a theme of calm and neutrality. Still, the color palette in your small bathroom does not have to be boring: add pops of color that blend well with the overall theme and décor of the room. Accent colors are important for personality and that ‘designer touch.’
For those of us who only know they want a cute bathroom, it can be overwhelming to remember all these design tips. If you want a professional opinion, find a great bathroom remodeling contractor in your area. They will ensure that your personal style comes out through accent additions as well as keep with the functionality of a small bathroom.