Do you have a bathroom that you couldn't swing a toothbrush in - never mind a cat? Don't despair. Every bathroom should be a beautiful use of space, no matter how big or small. At Surrey Bathroom Studio we are the experts in designing and creating beautiful small bathrooms. In fact we have a whole host of special petite product ranges. With intelligent design, even the tiniest of cloakrooms, en-suites and understair toilets can be comfortable. Here are ideas to help you make the best use of your space.
Making small bathrooms work - it's all in the design...
A small bathroom can be a stylish, practical and, with the right know-how, space-efficient. Make a small bathroom look bigger with light and neutral colours. Think about adding in a skylight to open up your bathroom and create a light and airy space.
Making the most of storage space
In a small bathroom, really good storage is essential - as it conceals all the clutter, making a small space feel bigger. Wall hung units in particular can leave the floor entirely visible and help to create an impression of space.
Bathrooms designed for small spaces
Today there are a host of bathroom products available for smaller spaces, including short-profile furniture, wall hung units, easy access drawers, corner basins, toilets and shower enclosures, all of which make smart use of every available inch. Ask Martin or Aaran for more information.
Small bathroom ideas...
Being creative with your space can often mean that you can achieve much more in a small space. Take a look at our small bathrooms design ideas in the gallery below. From Guildford to Windsor, we have done small bathroom designs that have been used throughout Surrey - discover how we can help you.
Consider a wetroom
Are you are looking to get a shower into a small space, but can't work out how you will sqeeze it in? Then why not consider a wetroom? It may free up the space to do what you need - perfect when sqeezing an en-suite into a tiny space.
Keep the decor simple
Small tiles are ok, but it's important to keep the rest of the tiny space simple, so the room doesn't become overwhelmed with patterns and color. Keep colours light and scale everything back as much as you can to keep your space feeling bright and airy.