Small bathrooms don’t have to be boring. They give you a chance to let your artistic side out to make the most of your space. The photos above are a perfect examples of this, and there are many more ideas for you to digest below. The main idea is to make use of “dead space” in your bathroom, so you can either add more to it, or hide more of your bathroom away.
#1 Add Pictures To Your Walls
By making use of the space on your walls, by have a feature wall. You can give your bathroom a real sense of personality, that they may be lacking due to their small size. The biggest concern for small bathroom owners, is the lack of “options”. By having a feature wall you enhance your options available and create something truly unique.
#2 Black and White Bricks
Keeping with the theme of uniqueness, this bathroom has made a powerful impact by keeping things simple. By opting for the contrast in black and white, and adding a range of tiles. They’ve been able to create a mosaic masterpiece in their small space. And the amazing thign about that is, it costs a fraction of the price of decorating a normal bathroom.
#3 Bathtub Draws
When you’re struggling for space you’ve got to be inventive,aAnd this bath leads with a brilliant example. There’s so much hidden empty spaces in rooms, that you could be taking advantage of to give your bathroom a less “crowded” feeling.
#4 Tall Sinks Means More Draws
By installing a taller than average sink, or even a sink with draws beneath it. You make best use of the space you have available to you. Of course the first draw is just for show (that’s where the sink is), but you can’t argue that you could make good use of the second draw, the baskets and heck, even underneath…… loads of space!
#5 Wooden Beam Shelves
Very simple and they help add character to the smallest bathroom we have on our list. The pros are, it’s inexpensive, you can customise it to hold ornaments and hold useful bathroom essentials, such as loo roll and towels.
#6 Even More Shelves
This bathroom makes use of the dead space above the toilet. You can see form this photo that they’ve managed to place a sink, a toilet and a bathtub, all within the same space. Impressive. On the toilet they’ve got a basket holding all the spare loo roll, above that is some decorative shelves with some handy bathroom essentials (towels, soaps and toothbrushes).
#7 Farm House Bathroom
Does this photo look familiar? Yeah it’s the same bathroom as the one above. We’ve included it again as we can talk about it’s other elements. Which is, within this small space they’ve been able to give it a personality. That being a farm house theme. By including wooden planks on their walls and using old rustic lights and wood, they’ve been able to give their bathroom a true identity.
#8 Block Your Bathtub
Sounds like a strange statement right? Block your bathtub. Well when yo’re working with such a small space you’ve got to take that leap of faith and say “we’re going to do something different”. This house has added the bathtub they wanted , placed the sink next to it (which blocks half of it’s access), but you can still use it. The “dead space” behind has been turned into a handy cupboard for their towels.
#9 Shelves Bathtub
Again, another example of people using the “dead space” behind their bathtub. Being bold they’ve added a stack of shelves they’ve decorated with a strict colour scheme which matches everything . From their towels, to their floor and of course the ornaments.
# 10 Hidden Wall Space
A final example of space being used behind the bath tub. This is only different because this bathroom has decided to use the space behind the taps. As you can see they’ve managed to plump in a shower head and tap. Which is rather impressive when you look at the thinness of the panel they’re working with.