Maximize Space in a Small Bathroom

I’m chip Wade and this month  I’m teaming up with Wayfarers here some  really easy DIY tips on how to upgrade  your bathroom today we’re going to be  talking about maximizing a really small  bathroom when you’re in a tight space  like this really small bathroom it’s so  helpful to do as many things as possible  to make you feel more spacious a couple  of tips that I found that really do help  is maximizing the amount of reflective  glass you have in your vanity mirror.

I  love this selection because there’s so  much reflectivity and the frame is very  very minimal but it’s also beautiful  with a nice beaded accent you can never  go wrong with the faux orchid that  molding is it very easy to maintain  it also gives that feeling of life in an  otherwise somewhat sterile environment  look at the rug on the floor this is a  great example of just providing shape  and dimension to a very small space as  well as movement in an otherwise very  angular boxy room one of the most  effective ways of maximizing a small  space is to include elements that go  from the floor all the way to the  ceiling you can see the shelving unit  above the toilet does just that  it’s nice high contrast.

However it’s  very low-profile and tailored with glass  shelves allowing the maximum amount of  light to go through it the last idea  that’s really impactful is to hang your  shower curtain just a little bit higher  than you normally would this provides  one more element to bring your eye from  the floor all the way to the ceiling  making the space feel a whole lot taller  making a small space feel so much bigger  it’s really not that hard if you keep it  simple I love to have neutrals on the  walls create elements from floor to  ceiling  and provide that sense of life and  freshness it just makes it feel inviting  more tips like this.