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6 Tips to Make the Most of Your Small Bathroom – Bathroom Renovation Vancouver

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Trying to make the most out of your small bathroom renovation Vancouver can seem like you’re doing a complicated puzzle for which it feels like you’ll never see the end. Much like a game of Tetris, you have to make everything fit almost perfectly in correlation to the layout and instalments you’re already working with for your bathroom renovation Vancouver.

Try Installing a Corner Sink

Corner sinks take up minimal space, and when installed across from the toilet, you are avoiding the shower door disrupting the natural flow and traffic of the room. Corner sinks come in a wide variety of designs, shapes, and sizes so you don’t have to worry about finding an option that fits with your overall vision and goal for your bathroom renovation Vancouver.

Opt For a Shower Curtain

A shower curtain doesn’t take up space and moves back and forth as opposed to a glass door that moves in and out. You can also look into trying a glass door that slides to reduce the use of space and disruption of flow in the bathroom. A cabin style shower is usually best for small spaces, although sometimes you may be able to squeeze in a tub and shower combination.

Floating Sink & Vanity

A floating vanity with a sink visually frees up space, making your bathroom appear larger by having a more visible surface area of the floor. You are also making more room for the storage area. You can use it to tuck in a small booster stool for a child, extra clean towels, toilet paper, or scented items.

Expand the Mirror Across the Entire Wall

By expanding the mirror across the entire wall, you are creating more visual appeal, and reflecting the entire room, making it appear larger. It gives the illusion of more breathing space, and more brightness.

Opt for a Trough Sink

A trough sink is narrow and works great in a long, narrow, tiny bathroom requiring a bathroom renovation Vancouver. They are floating and free up plenty of floor space. They look very cool, modern and quirky, too.

Wall-Mounted Faucet

A wall-mounted faucet eliminates the need for faucet space on the sink or vanity itself, freeing up valuable space. It looks clean and modern and gives you more design freedom.

If you have any questions regarding your next bathroom renovation Vancouver, get in touch with us, we would love to speak with you regarding your next project!

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