For those of us who own small bathrooms in Stoke-on-Trent, it can be hard to find ways to maximise the space that we have. However, there are several smart techniques that you can deploy to ensure you are getting the most out of your bathroom.
Wall hung furniture
Selecting the right size furniture for your bathroom is critical if it’s on the small side, but even if your vanity units are a little large, having them wall hung is an excellent way to utilise space. It keeps the floor uncluttered, adding to the illusion of space and making cleaning your bathroom a quick and straightforward task.
Installing ceramic sinks, toilets, and baths is a fantastic way to use space efficiently in small bathrooms in Stoke-on-Trent. Corner sinks and bathtubs are probably more prevalent then corner toilets, but any approach that incorporates redundant space into a layout will produce the bathroom you desire.
Use space vertically
Finding adequate storage space in narrow bathrooms, particularly in terrace housing, can be challenging. To resolve storage issues such as these tall cabinets can provide a vertical solution.
Use to light to create space
Mirrors are a relatively inexpensive method of creating depth and increasing the flow of light in bathrooms. Using well-positioned mirrors can give the impression of a larger space, which can be further accentuated by using a frameless mirror.
If space is truly a premium, then you might consider installing a toilet with a minimal projection from the wall. These toilets are more compact than conventional systems, releasing much-needed space for your bathroom.
If you live in Stoke-on-Trent and are looking to make the most out of your limited space, call into our showroom at G&E for expert advice and competitive prices.