Storage: Being creative goes a long way when it comes to storing essential bath items in your small bathroom. Repurposing items helps with cost and if you don’t mind a little sweat equity, hanging them on walls instead of under the sink will help in more ways than one. Removing the bulky cabinet commonly found under the sink will help open up your stuffy bathroom and give it a larger feel.
Color: Bathrooms are where many of us first visit when we wake up in the morning and the last thing you want to be greeted with is a loud color. When choosing your paint colors, make sure you pick a light, calm color. Not only will it make your bathroom seem larger, it will also get your day started off on the right foot.
Lighting: Specific types of lighting can affect the way your color looks in any room setting. Your best choice would be LED lighting if you want the truest lighting without major changes to colors in your bathroom. They are not the cheapest of choices, but they literally cost pocket change to run per year and last even longer. You will save money in the long run and have a great looking bathroom to boot.
Character: Make the bathroom an extension of your style! Add quirky artwork, a shower curtain with a modern pattern, or maybe even an old vinyl record in a rustic frame – the choices are endless!
Taking these tips and adding a bit if your own flare will help make one of the smallest rooms in your home to one of the most talked about when company comes over. Now roll your sleeves up and get inspired!