A Guide to Designing a Small Bathroom


Designing a bathroom is hard enough as it is, yet if limited space is also in the equation, you really have no room for design errors, and with that in mind, here are a few tips of designing a small bathroom.

  1. Install a Corner Sink– Not having a sink protruding into the main walkway will really open up the space, and with bespoke timber cabinets, the unit will make the best use of one of the corners.
  2. Remove the Bath– If you have a bath tub, you are advised to opt for a digital shower, which will not only save on water, it only heats the water you use. Losing the bath tub will give you a couple more square metres of floor space, which is a great trade-off, and with local bathroom installations in Plymouth from an established company, you can be sure of a first class job.
  1. Corner Shower– A digital shower unit with customised glass screens is the ideal set up, and the bathroom renovator would build the screens on site, ensuring a perfect fit. Digital showers can adjust for any water temperature change, maintaining the same shower temperature, regardless of water use in other parts of the house.
  1. Bespoke Timber Cabinets– Shelving can make good use of small confined areas, and with a bespoke chest of drawers at one end and under the sink, storage space is adequate.

Talk to your local bathroom renovation company and see what they can do to make the best use of available space.

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