5 Design Trends For Small Bathrooms
From wall-mounted toilets and sinks that defy gravity, to bold textures and patterns that take over a small bathroom space, these are 5 clever design ideas for small bathrooms.
1) More Minimal And Less Storage
Storage space can take up plenty of real estate in your small bathroom design, making your bathroom end up looking smaller. A key solution to this inefficient use of space is to get rid of those large vanities and deep cabinets, and to declutter unnecessary items. When it comes to towels, cosmetics and hotel toiletries, you don’t need any more storage but a more minimalist attitude instead.
Be sure to replace the old-fashioned vanity with a floating sink or alternatively, a cabinet or narrow open shelves. Having your stuff on display is a good way of deterring yourself from cluttering your bathroom, while providing more visual space.
2) Textures And Patterns
Strong patterns and textures have the ability to make your space look bigger and full of life. Floors are an excellent surface for the use of bold and richly patterned designs. The addition of textures in your bathroom provide a layer of definition and depth to your overall design. Be sure to add texture in your bathroom by including special tiles, rugs, as well as decorative curtains and drapes. If your bathroom is used by kids, it’s important to ensure that any fancy towels used only for decoration are kept out of reach and in a safe area.
3) Splurge On Finishes
Fixtures, tiles and finishes can be some of the most expensive items in a bathroom design. A small bathroom however, means that you need less. It could be time to take your bathroom to the next level by spending a bit more on making your small bathroom design look more luxurious.
Clever ways of adding some opulence without breaking the bank, include choosing quality accent lighting fixtures, tiling a stripe or upper half of your bathroom with more expensive tile or marble, adding a towel warmer that doubles as a towel rack, getting a new floating toilet or upgrading to a new glass shower door.
4) Wall-Mount Everything
Floating bathroom design elements create a new, modern small bathroom space. From toilets, to shelves, to sinks, floating elements not only make cleaning easier by allowing access to the floor below, but also makes the space look bigger. Floating designs will make your small bathroom seem cool and fresh, while maximising valuable wall space, which is often left bare.
5) Add More Black To White
All-white bathrooms often feel brighter and lighter but can look quite empty. Try adding some depth to your space by adding black to your bathroom. Black walls, black and white tiles, or even black ceilings could add a real ‘wow’ factor to your small bathroom design.
Renovating your small bathroom with a fresh new look can require you to break the rules and think outside the box. If you’re thinking about doing bathroom renovations in Adelaide, contact the professionals from Style Bathrooms today.