How to Make Your Bathroom Feel and Look Bigger
Small bathrooms can feel tight and uncomfortable. Additionally, poor lighting will make a small bathroom feel even more cramped than it already is.
Incredibly with balanced natural light and creative visual placements, you can quickly and easily transform your dark and dreary bathroom.
Tip #1: Take the Tile in the Shower up to the Ceiling
Again, the key to making any small bathroom look bigger is to eliminate as many visual obstructions as you can. For a seamless look, always take the shower tile all the way up to the ceiling.
Tip #2: Use Frameless Glass for Your Shower
Frameless glass shower doors are superior to shower curtains for many reasons. They’re splash-proof, they have great ROI and they remove the visual obstruction of the curtain and make the bathroom feel large, open, and airy.
But remember, this only applies to clear glass shower doors – textured glass can make a bathroom feel like it has an extra wall.
Tip #3: Let in Natural Light with Tubular Skylights
Poor lighting will make a small bathroom feel even more cramped than it already is.
Adding a Solatube tubular skylight is a cost-effective and energy-efficient way to add natural light to a space. They require no structural changes are one of the fastest ways to transform your home with natural light – a Solatube certified installer can install one in just two hours! – Tubular skylights will help you create a brighter, more colorful bathroom that cost nothing to light.
If you are interested in bringing natural light into your home, call Solatube Home to schedule a free in-home consultation. Solatube Premier Dealers are trained and certified residential daylighting experts. They can assess your needs, provide a customized solution, and install your new daylighting system in about two hours.