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Ways of Making a Small Bathroom Appear Bigger

Different Ways of Performing Bathroom Remodeling on Small Bathrooms

There are numerous ways to renovate or remodel a small bathroom in order to make it appear larger, in addition to making it more functional and easier to move around in. It is always wiser to start by identifying which areas need changing or updating and determining a budget, bathroom remodeling projects, even the small ones, can get expensive. Changing something as basic as the color of the walls will change the appearance of your bathroom, or a total remodel on floors and fixtures will make a much more bigger impact.

When remodeling a small bathroom, one of the easiest ways is maximizing space and creating the illusion of more space in the room. Selecting light colored paint, in addition to pale floor tiles, will make a bathroom appear larger. Darker or brighter colors can be brought in for accessories; however, generally, it is advisable to keep the colors light and neutral in small bathrooms.

Lighting is also a wise investment when remodeling small bathrooms. Lighting fixtures which are installed above sinks or recessed into a ceiling will all make a room look bigger and brighter, all without taking up space in the bathroom. Putting in a big mirror is an excellent way of reflecting light; some choose a series of smaller mirrors to create a more interesting effect.

Another choice is replacing old fixtures with smaller modern ones. A big bathtub can be replaced with a shower stall or just a smaller tub. Another choice is to replace large sinks with smaller ones; all these are fairly simple and are good ways of making smaller bathrooms appear bigger. Plus, take out all clutter from a bathroom. Clean rooms always look bigger than chaotic ones, so when possible, store items in linen closets, or install wall cabinets to store items which are used regularly.

So, if you are a resident of the Kennesaw, GA area and are looking for a professional bathroom remodeling service, contact LCS Residential today at (770) 652-6450.

Posted by Ronnie Lewallen on April 7, 2015

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