What To Do With A Small Bathroom

Just because a room is small doesn’t mean it can’t be inviting and more functional.

When dealing with a small bathroom, it’s usually a smart call to go with brighter or softer colors that will “open up” the space and help prevent it feeling claustrophobic.

When it comes to space,  a pedestal sink is a must for a small bathroom. Pedestal sinks were designed and made for small bathrooms. Unlike a bathroom vanity, it doesn’t take up valuable space at your feet or in one end of the bathroom. You may lose some cabinet space, but you gain valuable square footage, both in looks and feel.

Arched ceilings are a great way to add the idea of extra square footage to any small bathroom. Having recessed shelves in showers or other areas of the bathroom can be great space savers.    Recessed lighting saves space and create the feeling of more space in a small area.  

Utilizing a large mirror will work with the light to create a wider look for any bathroom.  Therefore, you should always go as big as possible when it comes to mirrors in a small bathroom.

For storage, blocked shelving on the walls are great for linens and when paired with baskets and bins, you can save a lot of room!

Even with limited square footage, you can create a luxurious bathroom.   Talk to our designers at Pipkorn Construction and they can help you develop a space to fit your need and budget!