In some ways, a small bathroom is more advantageous than a larger one. It’s easier to clean and maintain, and it has lower chances of getting cluttered. However, with all the supplies and fixtures you need in the room, it can be challenging to find enough space for everything. In this post, South Shore Dream Bath shares four tips on how you can maximize space in a small bathroom.1. Tub-to-Shower ConversionA bathtub provides a relaxing spot where you can escape after a long day of work. However, it takes up a lot of space. By converting it into a shower, you can free up space while maintaining the functionality of the room. Removing such a large fixture can also make your bathroom look more spacious.2. Fixed Shower PanelsFixed shower panels are more practical than sliding or swinging glass doors. They have a waterproof design that allows you to keep your shower open while containing water in the shower area only. 3. The Right DoorSmall bathrooms work well with sliding and pocket doors. Sliding doors use space-saving tracks rather than huge hinges. Pocket doors are small enough to operate and won’t consume much space. If you really want to use a swinging door, ask your bathroom remodeler to ensure the door does not swing out and hit your toilet or sink.4. The Perfect Tile SizeBig bathroom tiles create fewer grout lines that you need to clean, and their semi-seamless look can make your bathroom appear bigger. Alternatively, you can go with seamless acrylic shower walls and floors. These are available in a wide variety of designs and colors suitable for small bathrooms. They can also make your space look bigger.You can count on South Shore Dream Bath to help you realize your dream bathroom. To schedule a consultation, call us at (781) 733-5405 or fill out this contact form.
by Stephen Ryan