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Remodeling Tips for Tiny Bathrooms

Peters_Master_Bath__1_-Resized-680x1024Tiny bathrooms can have big personalities, so long as you know what you’re doing. And if you don’t, you can always rely on an experienced home renovation contractor to transform a claustrophobic bathroom into something that feels much bigger, and has a much bigger impact on your home’s overall aesthetic. These remodeling tips will help you get started thinking about ways to transform your tiny bathroom.

Conserve Space

One of the most obvious tips for tiny bathrooms is to conserve space however and wherever you can. This often means replacing a large vanity-style sink and countertop for a pedestal sink or wall-mounted sink and a corner rack for storage. You can also add shelving for additional storage without taking up valuable floor space. As far as the décor is concerned, a tiny bathroom is no place for extraneous and unnecessary furniture.

Streamline the Shower

Depending on the size and scale of your bathroom remodeling project, you might want to consider replacing your old tub with a lower-walled model to open up sightlines and make the bathroom appear larger and more expansive. Similarly, a sliding glass shower door will act like a window, creating the perception of added space within the bathroom. Sliding shower doors also have the added benefit of not requiring space for door clearance.

Stick with Solid Colors

When the time comes to pick a color palette for your bathroom, stick with solid colors. Busy patterns and prints can overpower a small bathroom and make it appear even smaller than it is. Light, natural tones give any small space a more open, spacious feel. If you want to add color and creativity to your bathroom, incorporate textures rather than patterns to avoid visually shrinking the space.
For more than 28 years, McCaleb Construction, Inc., has been providing Tucson families with home interior design and remodeling services. We provide informed guidance at every step of the process, from planning to execution. If you would like to learn more about how we can help you with your bathroom remodeling project, call our team today at (520) 323-2100.

 
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