Whether you’re in an older house or an apartment, sometimes there’s just not much you can do about having a tiny bathroom. After all, that’s the size it is and unless you’re planning on an expansion, that’s the size you’re stuck with.
So how do you go about it making it feel bigger? First and foremost, an Asian-Inspired design is often a very minimal one, removing any clutter from your bathroom to place the emphasis on the specially-design powder room vanity along with the use of rich and darks colors that help to make the walls feel like they are receding.
Another out-there, but fun idea is to bring a touch of the beach to your bathroom by removing any excessive cabinets and closets in order to create the illusion of a larger room. You can even get a little fancy and embed a “dry riverbed” of stones in the floor itself!
Even if you have a rather small bathroom, you can still achieve the dream bathroom feature for many couples: a his-and-her-bath. By using horizontal lines, a large and frameless mirror, and well-placed lighting, you can make your bathroom feel larger while carving out spaces for both members of the couple.
Of course, if you like having a small bathroom—and trust us, there are plenty of people out there that do—you can keep it simple and do it well by installing a new bath where there was previously dead space to get the most out of your bathroom.
If you’re looking for something more peaceful and relaxing, consider going for a zen look in your bathroom by incorporating different eastern elements like a floor-to-ceiling Shoji screen and a seven-foot wide mirror to reflect light, opening up your bathroom space to feel more spacious and calming.
So whether you’re looking for something traditional or out-there, there is an endless number of bathroom remodel Cleveland options with which most homeowners will find an acceptable solution.