Small Bath Remodeling Ideas To Make Your Space Feel Bigger

Small bathrooms are often overlooked when it comes to remodeling projects. But they’re not as difficult to design as you might think. Read on to see some great ideas for small bathroom remodels.

Removal of old bathtub
Remodeling Small Bathroom

Remodeling a small bathroom can be challenging, but there are many things that can be done to improve its appearance and functionality. Here are some great ideas for small bathrooms.

Removal of old bathtub

Old Bathtub being removed

Small Bath Remodeling Ideas 1
New Small Shower Installed

One of the easiest ways to make a small bathroom feel larger is by adding a glass shower door. This will help show the space in the room, and let the light in the shower be brighter, and much better than a shower curtain making it feel bigger.

If you have a small bathroom with an under-sink faucet, you can easily install one yourself. All you need is a drill, a wrench, and a sink adapter. Simply remove the old faucet and replace it with the new one.

You can also make a small room feel larger by replacing the flooring with a lighter color. This will give you a bigger and cleaner look to a small room without having to do any major construction. It’s easy to find inexpensive options at home improvement stores.

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If you’ve got a small bathroom, you’ll need to make sure that you update the lighting. By adding more light and a light that is closer to the blues in the color spectrum. If wrinkles are a worry then a color closer towards the yellow or sunset colors tend to make wrinkles softer and less noticeable. A good idea would be to install recessed lights above the mirror so that you can still use the mirror while getting light.

Bathroom Lighting

Removal of old bathtub

 A good idea would be to replace the fan to a better quality unit so its not to humid in the space.

New vent fan Photo

If you’ve got a small bathroom, you’ll need to make sure that you repair the walls, you will need to replace bad sections of drywall, then put a new texture layer on the walls and ceiling. This will also help hide most minor defects in the walls.