What Can You Do When Remodeling a Small Bathroom Space?
You want to give your tiny bath a new look, but you are afraid that fitting everything you’d like to see in such a stingy area is not feasible. Remember this. The transformation is probably more than possible if you approach it with equal measures of creativity and good, old-fashioned common sense. What can you do when remodeling a small bathroom space? You can use the most important tool you possess… your brain.
First, take stock of the space available. If you are stripping it down to the bare walls, then figure it that way. If you are leaving basic fixtures in place and doing a cosmetic overhaul instead, figure your available space without the space occupied by the fixtures. A simple way is to sketch the room to scale on a sheet of graph paper. Pencil in what items will be inside the room when you start (if any) and then come up with a layout that makes the most of the space you have.
If you don’t have room for a full tub and shower, then maybe making do with a shower only is a space saving solution. Pencil it in. If you have a vanity but it’s too big, try a pedestal sink instead and pencil that in. You can have shelves over the toilet to hold supplies. So shade that in with your pencil, as well.
Soon a picture will begin to emerge. You can have a new look in that tiny space, you simply have to use your brain and some ingenuity to get there. So, what is the correct response when you ask yourself, “What can you do when remodeling a small bathroom space?” You response should always be, “I should use my head and the space I have and create something wonderful”!