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It seems as if everyone is trying to save space these days. This is a trend that’s been growing for years, and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. Home decorators are now focusing on how to make the most of the space they have in their homes, and bathrooms are no exception. If you’re working on plans for your bathroom renovation or want to improve your current design, here are some ideas to inspire you in 2022.

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Out with old, in with the new

That seems to be the motto with every new year, but it has a double meaning here. To make your bathroom feel more spacious, remove your bathtub, and replace it with a compact shower stall. By installing a shower stall, you can create more room in your bathroom. This will free up space in the other parts of the bathroom, like the sink and toilet areas.

Save space with smart storage

Another way to maximize floor space is by adding a large mirror over the sink or by installing cabinets that go from your vanity to the walls on either side of it. These cabinets can be used for storing towels, toiletries, and anything else you might want easy access to while in the bathroom. Storage is one of the best ways to save space in a small bathroom. To provide ample storage and still have a functional room, think about your needs. You might need to tweak the execution a bit to better accommodate your lifestyle, but it all comes down to maximising the space you have.

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Add more light

More and more people are adding lighting to their bathrooms, including under-cabinet lights and LED strips. These types of lighting fixtures can be installed overhead or on the side of the bathroom mirror to provide plenty of light for you to get ready in the morning. A brighter, well-lit bathroom will look more spacious and inviting.

Whatever route you choose to take to maximise your small bathroom space, Frontline Construction is here to help turn your vision into a reality. Call us on 0208 914 7832 to schedule a consultation today.