Everybody wants a spacious bathroom, but some of us lack adequate real estate to enjoy it. With the right remodeling idea, however, you can make it look and feel roomier with the same amount of floor area. Today, Advantage Contracting shares different ways to do it:
Veteran bathroom remodeling contractors would attest that soft colors trick the eye into believing that there’s more space. Use them on walls, the ceiling and the floor to make your tiny bath feel a little less claustrophobic. This doesn’t mean, though, that you’re barred from applying bolder hues; feel free to utilize them but only on smaller design elements, like mirror frames.
Use Clear Glass More
See-through materials helps produce a sense of openness. Opaque objects, including translucent glass, block the light, keeping the eyes from exploring what’s on the other side. Clear glass also has a reflective surface, allowing the light to bounce around. Instead of having a single mirror, place two on opposite walls to produce “more space” out of nothing.
Let In the Sun
Any experienced remodeling contractor knows that natural light is the ultimate space-enhancer. Regardless of your wall area, there’s always a window solution to pull more sunshine in. A porthole can fit into the narrowest and shortest space, while clerestories can expose the light without exposure you from a height.
Make Fixtures Float
Free up some floor space by mounting your vanity and toilet on the wall. Although the area underneath them might not be usable, the idea is actually to leave them empty. The vacant spot will lend depth to your petite bath, rendering it less cramped. You can achieve the same effect with open shelving.
With over 25 years of experience and an A-plus rating from the BBB, Advantage Contracting is easily one of the region’s top bathroom remodeling contractors. Call us at (862) 292-0003 or complete this form now to discuss your home improvement needs, and get a free, no-obligation estimate. We serve homeowners in Kinnelon, Wycoff, Wayne, and neighboring NJ communities.