Designs for Small Bathrooms
In terms of design, the right tile can help you accomplish a lot. For instance, tile can be used in small bathroom designs to enhance the space, while making it look and feel bigger than it really is. So if you're working on a small bathroom renovation that you want to look stylish and contemporary, rather than tight and cramped, tile might be the perfect material to incorporate into your design.
Choose Space-Enhancing Colors
The colors you choose to incorporate into your design are more important than ever when you're working with a small space. In order to make a bathroom feel more spacious, you must choose the right colors. Bright whites, soft pastels, and light-colored shades will fill the room with light, giving it an open, airy feel.
Make sure the elements of the space are light, neutral shades, even down to the smallest details. For instance, after you design your flooring and walls, consider adding details from the Ceramic Bath Accessories line. Opt for a paper holder, towel bar, or soap dish in a white or almond shade to add a clean, contemporary feel to the entire space.
Tile Half the Walls to Open Up the Room
Small bathrooms can easily feel close and crampedâ€”especially if you aren't creating the right layout and design. For example, instead of tiling the bathroom walls all the way to the ceiling, you should only tile halfway up the wall in a small bathroom. This will help to elongate the walls, making the entire space feel bigger and more open.
Create an Illusion of Space with Metallic or Glass Tile
Mosaic tile creates a focal point in any bathroom, so it's a great way to make a small bathroom a lot more interesting. By adding reflective glass and metallic tile to the bathroom, you'll be able to draw in light to make the space look bigger. Mosaic tile that has reflective qualities, such as the Strategies glass tile line, helps to give the space texture and creates an illusion of depth and space. And aside from making the small room appear larger, this tile is also trendy and modern.