Small Bathroom Designs
It is imperative that whenever you have a small bathroom to spruce up, you come up with a small bathroom design that will bring in an element of space. We specialize in bathroom designs for small spaces that have that illusion of more space. This we accomplish through the use of lighting, mirrors and vanities. The use of proper spacing techniques as well as proper sizes will definitely help your small bathroom to have the same functionality as a large one. We use the following strategies to ensure that your small room is all glamorous and inviting despite its size.
The first strategy is vanities. We make sure that we incorporate wall vanities in your small bathroom to maximize the small space effectively. The best vanity is one that has lots space for storage especially on the underside. This is to allow towel racks on the walls or have them installed on the inside part of the doors. We also incorporate corner vanities which are also ideal for freeing a lot of corner space. Corner vanities are especially popular in small bathroom design. A small bathroom design with corner and wall vanities is a great way to create that illusion of space.
We also have floor vanities or small pedestal sinks for those who do not favor wall vanities. To counter the space taken by the floor vanity, we install some recessed shelving in your bathroom. This ensures that you have the necessary floor space as well as a clean look for your bathroom. We also incorporate mirrors as part of the small bathroom design. Residents of Toronto love mirrors as they help create that illusion of space so effectively. When correctly placed in your small bathroom, they will help create or add width, depth as well as length in your bathroom.
Two mirrors placed on either side of your small bathroom will create the impression of an endless room. Apart from mirrors and vanities, we also incorporate appropriate lighting which is accomplished through the use of light fixtures as well as windows. A small bathroom design requires that all corners of the room be well lit. Badly lit rooms will always appear smaller. Windows on the other hand should be adorned with lace or sheer curtains. Most residents of Toronto prefer stained, etched and frosted panels which are all good.