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Small Bathroom Remodeling Ideas

Small Bathroom Remodeling IdeasNot every bathroom in your home is as big as you wish it could be. Rather than trying to treat it like it is, you should remodel it according to its size. Stuffing too many things into a small bathroom can make it appear even smaller, so it’s important to know which upgrades work well for this space and which ones to avoid. If you need some inspiration, here are some small bathroom remodeling ideas you might consider incorporating:

Big Mirrors

Mirrors are magical even without talking figures inside of them. Large mirrors can create the illusion of a more spacious room, helping to make the entire bathroom feel bigger. So, you might consider hanging an extra-long or -wide mirror rather than a smaller, more trendy one.

Large Patterns

Another trick for your small bathroom is to incorporate large patterns. Even though gallery walls are currently popular, having too many smaller components on your walls can make the space feel cluttered. Bigger wall patterns, on the other hand, can trick the eye into seeing your bathroom as a not-so-small space.

A Walk-In Shower

A bathtub can take up much-needed space in your bathroom. If you can do without one, you’re better off replacing it with a walk-in shower. Since they don’t have tub walls, walk-in showers can help make your bathroom feel more open and less cramped.

For the latter option, you can turn to Tundraland. We’re a bathroom remodeling company that expertly installs walk-in showers for Wisconsin homeowners. We’d be honored to help you remodel a small bathroom with one of these modern systems; contact us today to learn more.

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