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By: Daniel Travis - Brown
Remodelling a small bathroom may at first seem difficult and troublesome; whether you are looking to add a secondary or en-suite bathroom to your home or simply make the most of the bathroom you have, it is understandably difficult to work with such little space. There are however some clever methods and tactics that can be used to maximise space, minimise clutter and give the area a much more spacious appearance and feel. So with this in mind, let's break down the bathroom and see exactly how you could make the most of your space!

Thoughtful Fixtures

There are some truly fantastic bathroom features available which each help to save on space and minimise clutter, as many of the common bathroom fixtures we need are now available as corner- fitted units. Fixtures such as quadrant showers, washbasins and toilets can be bought to fit perfectly into the corner of most bathrooms and cloakrooms suites; this saves heaps of space in the centre of the room and looks stylish and contemporary too!

Double-door vanity units provide plenty of space to store away those extra bottles of shampoo, helping you to reduce clutter and give a more spacious and tidy feel. You can also create extra space for storage by adding a cupboard or cabinet unit underneath a freestanding wash basin; these are modern features that are sure to add heaps of style to any bathroom, whilst simultaneously allowing you to store towels and toiletries underneath!

Natural Light

Allowing as much natural light as possible into a bright and tidy bathroom is a great way of creating the illusion of spaciousness. The application of light colours in small en-suite bathrooms and cloakroom suites can help to reflect the light around the room and light up even the darkest of corners; the installation of a small window or skylight may seem a little drastic but the effect it will have after completion will certainly be worth it. Light colours such as blues and light greens are renowned for their light reflecting capabilities and are sure to have a huge impact on the spacious feeling in your bathroom.

So there we have some great thoughts and ideas that could help you create more space in your bathroom! Remember, make the most of every inch by moving main features and fixtures to corners and far walls, create storage space for that bathroom clutter and aid natural light with bright and refreshing colours!


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This peice was written by Daniel Travis - Brown on behlaf of http://www.toptradespeople.co.uk/find/trade/home-improvement/bathrooms/how-to-make-the-most-of-a-small-bathroom and http://www.bathshop321.com/cloakroom-suites/
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