If you’re thinking about remodeling the bathroom in your home, but you think you’re options are limited because of the lack of space, think again. These space-saving bathroom remodeling tips will help you get the most out of your bathroom while enhancing its style and creating a relaxing place to be. These tips are especially useful for those of you with certain physical limitations, but you don’t have the money to fully customize your bathroom to your specific needs.
One way to make your bathroom less cluttered is to use a furniture style vanity like the one shown below. This allows you to have the same storage space as you would with cabinets, but it gives your bathroom a more open feeling. This may be especially useful to those of you in wheelchairs. You won’t have to struggle to open cabinet doors in a tiny space and the materials you need are easily accessible. I know a lot of people whose secondary bathrooms tend to be a little small and they love this type of design because they don’t have to worry about struggling to open their cabinet doors into the main bathroom door or maneuvering around open cabinet doors. Stylish, inexpensive baskets can provide a contrast to other elements in the bathroom which will give it a trendy updated feeling.
Visit the “Better Home and Gardens” website for 25 ways to make a small bathroom look larger.
VIDEO: Your medicine cabinet can be a great storage area and if you’re looking for a little extra space in your medicine cabinet this short video from Better Homes and Gardens provides a couple quick tips.