Have a Small Bath? Tips For Renovating

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If you have a small main bath in your home that you are consider updating, here are some tips to consider before you start the project:

Euro Showers with Drains in the Floor
European-style showers have an open feel them with floor-to-ceiling glass (but you need to be careful about installing them for waterproofing reasons.)

Use Skylights and Opaque Windows
Let the light into your small space with sky lights and opaque windows.

Single-Handle Fixtures
Space-saving faucets will help make your bath look larger and more streamlined.

Wall-Mounted Faucet
A wall-mounted faucet will reduce the depth of the vanity and save space.

No Pedestal Sink
Do not use a pedestal sink as it offers no function for storage or place to set items onto it.

Cabinet About the Vanity
Install an eight-inch deep cabinet (up to 36 inches tall) into the wall for plenty of storage room.

Shelving in the Corner
Shelving in the corners of the bath give extra inches for storage.

  • See small bath design ideas from HGTV here.
  • See small bath designs photos from Houzz here.

Need help with your bath renovation? Contact Sibcy Cline Home Services.

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