50 Small Bathroom Ideas That Increase Space Part 2

Summary:8. Shower Caddies Just think about the amount of space your ...
8. Shower Caddies Just think about the amount of space your shower takes and how much of it is going to waste, that's where shower storage come to the rescue. Simple over the shower racks are effective and easy to install. However, if you’d like something more on-trend, how about a hole in the wall storage space? 9. Contemporary Door Storage Your bathroom door is another space just waiting to be filled, perfect for a makeshift shelving unit or storage console. The woven storage consoles are usually the most popular, but there are a number of different shapes, styles and materials readily available to suit your bathroom décor. 10. Floating Shelves The shape and layout of your bathroom will determine whether floating shelves are suitable for your space. Floating shelves have become increasingly popular over the last few years and help you to maximise the space you have. Available in different shapes, styles and sizes, there is an abundance of options on the market for every bathroom. WALLS & TILES 11. Light Blue Walls Decorating your walls with blue shades naturally creates a calming atmosphere, and when the above storage hacks are put to use, naturally the entire space feels greater in size. The opportunities are endless with the serene colour and blue pairs perfectly with metallics, such as brass and copper. 12. Colour Consistency Keeping the theme simple and consistent often makes a small bathroom feel more spacious, perhaps consider a simple all-white scheme. When teamed together with glossy wall tiles and industrial accessories, it can feel much more welcoming. 13. One Tile Wonder A consistent tile throughout the whole of the bathroom makes the space seem more open and less restricted. Glass features like a shower door enhance this technique also, as it allows the light to cascade more across the room, opening it up and creating the illusion of more space.
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