With how much time you might spend in the bathroom every day, it can be frustrating for the space to feel cramped and not be a good fit for the rest of your home. If you're not able to invest the money into expanding the size of the bathroom by breaking down walls, it's a good idea for you to look into what kinds of features you can include during the remodeling project.
1. Make Storage Your First Concern
With a smaller bathroom, it can be difficult to find the proper place for everything. From toiletries such as shampoo and toothpaste to a blow dryer, you will want to make sure that the bathroom has enough storage for all of your belongings. Looking for sinks that provide storage underneath as well as shelving to make the best use of vertical space can make an enormous difference in just how much storage space you have to use.
Expanding options for storage can make the bathroom much more convenient to use and allow the space to feel far less cluttered.
2. Avoid Fixtures That Are Too Large
When you begin checking your options for new fixtures to be installed in the bathroom, you likely already know that the sizes can differ greatly. Looking for fixtures in an appropriate size for the bathroom can help ensure that they work for space and that you're able to make sure that the bathroom feels open. You should have no trouble finding fixtures that are designed for smaller spaces, allowing you to make the most of the square footage available.
3. Get Creative with Space You Have
When you have a smaller bathroom, you may be at a loss for what you can do to make the space more enjoyable to use. While you may not have the space to add things such as a double sink or a larger soaking bathtub, there are a number of features that you can include to make sure that the bathroom is still enjoyable.
Looking for higher-end fixtures such as an automatic sink faucet and retractable showerhead can make the bathroom feel much more modern. With these kinds of features, the remodeling project can feel like money well spent and ensure that you're using the small space as efficiently as possible.
Remodeling a smaller bathroom can be tough when you're not sure how to use the space as efficiently as possible. With the above features in mind, you'll know how to get started with planning the design for the bathroom remodel and help avoid spending money on projects that will make space feel even smaller. To learn more, contact a company like Brian Davis Remodeling LLC.