Having a small bathroom has its drawbacks; whether there just isn’t enough storage available, or you just don’t have enough room to fit that washing basket in.
Here at Osprey Bathrooms we understand that the contemporary bathroom often requires having more space, so we’ve compiled a few little tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your space!
Tall, thin storage units are the perfect addition to any small bathroom. These units are able offer a massive amount of storage space for your towels or toiletries, and take up little to no floor space; if they’re wall-mounted storage units, even better!
The beauty of these storage units is that they come in so many different finishes and sizes that are ideal for a bathroom setting, so there will always be a storage unit that fits with the design theme of your bathroom!
Having Your Toilet and Sink in One Unit!
Having a unit that incorporates both your toilet and your sink saves a whole lot of unnecessary space in the room. Keeping everything close by and accessible, this is the perfect way to keep wasted space to a minimum.
Struggling to find something to fill those pesky corners with? Why not put your bathroom suite into the corners of your room to free up some of those walls for a luxurious bath?
These are also especially ideal for extremely small spaces, such as a downstairs bathroom or an en suite.
Mirrored Units or Walls
If space is tight to begin with and you’re looking to create the illusion of a bigger room while saving as much space as possible, mirrored storage units are here to help.
Mirrored units are usually quite slim line in design to avoid protruding too much into the room. The mirrored fronts of the doors reflect light around the room and create a sense of space.
If your room is especially small, or you just simply want to have a more contemporary design, units can be fitted with sliding doors to minimise the amount of space needed to get into your unit. This is ideal for very small bathrooms, as well as creating the impression of a bigger room.
Mirrored walls are also an excellent way of making your bathroom visitors feel like the room is bigger than it is. Although this doesn’t provide any storage facility, it does create a bigger, more noticeable sense of space.
Quite an obvious one, we know, but having this two-in-one unit in a limited space bathroom is quite helpful!
Having both units in one place, rather than having a separate bath and shower, means that more space is freed up in your bathroom. As they come in a range of different lengths and sizes, fitting a shower bath in your bathroom has become even easier!
This unit gives you the option of having both a bath and a shower, rather than having to sacrifice one or the other for the sake of space!
Small bathrooms don’t need to feel cramped and uncomfortable, and we hope you have gained some inspiration from some of these ideas!
Here at Osprey Bathrooms, we're all about creating the perfect bathroom to fit your needs; big or small! To find out more about our stylish bathroom suites in Glasgow, speak to one of our friendly team members and find out how Osprey Bathrooms can help transform your bathroom. Contact us on 0800 007 5344 today!