One of the most often overlooked areas in a house is small bathrooms. Often it is the last room remodeled or updated, therefore not receiving as much attention as other rooms. However, there are ways to maximize space and get everything you need into even a tiny bathroom.

The first step is to start with your paint color… go bold. Then, grab that paintbrush and liven up that room! If you have one or can find one, implement a large piece of artwork onto the wall behind the toilet to help distract from the size of the room.

How to make the most of your space in a small bathroom, Zazzy Home



Keep accessories to a minimum but do not skimp on towels! This is where you want to use full fluff towels, so they drape nicely over all sides of shower stalls or cabinets. Also, make sure they are bright-colored towels to bring in more light to the room.

How can you bring more light into a small bathroom? The best way is to use full-spectrum bulbs in your lighting fixtures, but if that’s not an option, look for brighter paint colors and surfaces on counters and floors. If you have windows, don’t be afraid to accent them with bright draperies or valances. Look at adding accessories that bounce light around the room, such as transparent glass containers filled with white rocks or something sparkly. Or hang a large mirror opposite a window to further increase natural light.

Now let’s talk storage… this is one of the most essential parts of making a tiny bathroom feel larger. First, of course, you want everyone to access their items quickly, so make sure your shelves.

Storage and organization are critical to a small bathroom. First, think about how much time you spend in the room and what items you use daily. Then add or subtract from this list accordingly for your personal preferences. Once all of your wants and needs are written down, make sure everything fits within the dimensions of your bathroom, keeping in mind any fixtures such as showers, tubs, basins, etc., that will need to be accounted for.



How to make the most of your space in a small bathroom, Zazzy Home

If storage space is short and, tall items work best and can fit, then installing tall cabinets that house shelves above the sink might work better than adding wall cabinets on each side of the sink because it will free up floor space for other essentials like a laundry basket or stool.

Also, consider if you have an area in the bathroom that could be used for storage. For example, is there a spot near the shower or bath where shelving can be added to hold items? Again, you are freeing up square footage in your bathroom by maximizing open space, allowing for more room overall.

The most important thing with organizing a small bathroom is to keep it clean. It’s challenging because of the limited square footage, but you have to remember that things won’t get out of hand so quickly when everything has its place. Once you have organized your small bathroom, making use of every inch, sit back and enjoy what you have accomplished!

Use the wall! Shelves above or below your sinks, cabinets for even more storage underneath, full-length mirrors for extra storage inside with doors attached. Do not be afraid to go all out when getting creative with shelving above and below bathroom counters.

If you have a linen closet, consider making space for it in your small bathroom. It is the easiest way to store towels and other necessities because it can be hidden out of sight if your bathroom doesn’t have any built-in closets. Also, keep in mind what items are most important to you when designing storage areas within or outside your small bathroom so they will be easy to access and not get lost amongst all the other random stuff.

Try using a shower caddy rather than shelves for an easy solution that you can move around if need be. Use mesh bags for keeping your soaps in place instead of clear glass jars so you can see what’s inside without having to open the lid every time.

How to make the most of your space in a small bathroom, Zazzy Home

Lastly, if you can fit it in your bathroom, use a bathtub instead of just a shower. It is nice to be able to relax after a long day with a bubble bath and candles! Calming music playing in the background always sets the mood too. A small bathroom does not have to be boring. It can give off great character and inspiration! Try adding some lemons or mints for freshness or grapefruit for that spa-like smell that makes you feel like your on vacation!

Remember, even if it is a small bathroom, you still want to make it cozy and comfortable. A bathroom should be something special where you can relax and unwind from your day. So keep some towels, lotions, and soaps in there so you can enjoy those long relaxing nights of baths, bubble baths, and candles.

Author

Interior designer and home improvement blogger, Abby has over 20 years of experience in the field. After working as a designer in New York City, she moved to the suburbs and began blogging about her design projects and tips. Abby's work has been featured in magazines and online, and she is always looking for new ways to make her home look beautiful and inviting. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, cooking, and hiking.

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