Clever Small bathroom Design
Anna Wolf/DominoStark contrasts can make a room appear smaller. Instead, use a furnishing or accessory to introduce a new color.
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A textured one may offer more privacy, but it visually reads as a wall, cutting off your space.
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They can make a space feel more expansive. Mirrors that reach from the vanity almost to the ceiling are the most effective at creating this illusion.
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Patterned and dark colored bathroom suites can overpower a room.
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And if you're a renter that can't even paint a wall, remember this: The most important thing to know dealing with a tiny bathroom is to be ruthless about clutter. Every square space counts (even underneath your sink). Don't store piles of towels or back-up products bought in bulk. Don't crowd the counter with more than you need. The less visual clutter you can see, the roomier the space will be.