It’s time to tear up the walls (or add new ones) for cubbies. The inset wall cubby is an ingenious way to add integrated storage to a small bathroom without sacrificing space. It’s also known as an alcove niche or recessed niche. Behind bathroom walls between the studs is just enough of a gap to create a useful cubby. And nowadays you can even buy a DIY tile-ready niche at Lowe’s.
Here’s a small bathroom design tip that may not sit well with traditionalists: tear out the bathtub and add a modern walk-in shower surrounded by seamless glass. It’s a great way to save tons of space in your small bathroom. A seamless glass door may be more expensive than a shower curtain but will definitely be more durable. Not to mention it will open up the space and add value to your home.
Decluttering the bathroom will give it a freshly updated look. If you’re space challenged look at how you can improve on existing storage. Adding pull-out drawers (that sort items easier) into a cabinet is an easy weekend upgrade. Standard sizes of pull-out drawers are available at most home improvement stores.
Tile is a good way to make the space look polished and to revamp a bathroom without doing a major overhaul. Keep in mind that the grout between tiles can become grimy if it’s not cleaned properly and regular maintenance is important in preserving an aesthetic that looks fresh and not grungy.
Set a weekend aside invite friends over and try a few of these ideas to give your bathroom a facelift. Paint your walls with the perfect shade you selected. It’s no longer necessary to choose gloss in a bathroom to combat moisture ask the paint shop to add an additive to matte paint to keep it from mildewing. Don’t just paint the walls purchase an eggshell or semi-gloss paint and paint the cabinets too.
Here are 10 easy ways to add color into your bathroom design while still leaving the space feeling clean and put together. Practically speaking paint is the simplest and most affordable way to add a large punch of color to a space. We recommend selecting the shade you want first and then building the rest of the room’s color scheme around it.