Having a spacious and luxurious bathroom is on most peoples wish list. Now, thanks to innovative and creatively designed bathroom furniture combined with some clever trickery it is possible to transform your existing small bathroom or en-suite.
Posted on 20th November 2018, 4 minute read
Alternatively, maybe you are considering on installing a further cloakroom downstairs for guests to use or just for practical reasons for the family. Building Supplies Online are on hand to help you identify the many ways you can make your small footprint area feel and look dramatically bigger.
A project such as this can be a lot of fun and a great opportunity to discover your creative side. With careful planning you can utilise the space you do have wisely and make available every awkward corner and angle in your bathroom to gain the maximum use from it.
A key point to remember when planning to make your bathroom feel and look bigger is to keep bathroom furniture, fixtures and fittings compact, sleek and simple with no clutter or unnecessary items on show to help you create the desired maximum impact in style and design. Choosing the right practical storage solutions is important in helping you to do this.
Work around those difficult dimensions and don’t let them defy you. There is no such thing as un-usable space, you just need to find the best design solution to conquer it.
Choosing the Right Colours
Colours are best kept light such as a classic white, pale grey or pastel colours. That doesn’t mean to say don’t use colour at all but introduce colour in small doses so not too bright and bold making your bathroom or cloakroom feel even smaller. White walls look striking against a very dark floor even in a very small space such as an under-stair toilet, this combination of contrasting colours works beautifully. Check out our range of wood-effect tiles which offer the beauty of real wood but with the practicality of bathroom tiles such as our Fabulous Splendid Walnut Tile. You will never look back!