Bathroom Remodel Santa Clara: The Solera Group
For your bathroom remodeling in the greater San Jose metro area, please contact us, The Solera Group for a no obligation consultation. We service from San Jose, as far north as Redwood City and Livermore.
Making Small Rooms Feel Bigger
When remodeling a small bathroom, there are many elements you can incorporate into the bathroom remodel to make the small room feel larger.
The featured bathroom incorporate many of them.
Corner Sink and Medicine Cabinet
Using the corners for necessary fixtures saves space. Literally and physically. A corner sink takes up less space than a wall sink.
The more natural light a room has, the larger it feels. One additional step that could have been taken is the installation of a solar tube.
Wall Panel with Stripes
Stripes make rooms feel longer in the direction of the stripes. This room has wall panels that run up and down the wall, thereby giving the impression the room is taller than it really is.
Light blue above the wall panel
When the top parts of the wall and the ceiling are a color you expect to find above you when standing outside, it provides the illusion of more space. Suitable colors for the tops of walls (above the paneling) and the ceiling would then be light blue or white. In this case with everything being white, light blue makes sense.
Round toilets are shorter from to back than oblong toilets.
Although each little trick adds only a little to the overall effect, the full effect of incorporating many together does make your small bathroom feel larger.
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