Nashville Remodeling Tips for Small Bathrooms

From Margaret Everton on October 28, 2010 in Nashville

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When it comes to remodeling a bathroom, many people allow a lack of square footage to squelch their plans. But the reality is that any bathroom can be remodeled as long as the space is utilized in the best way possible. Here are some tips for making that happen:

1. Stick with a Small Vanity

While the extra storage space may be nice, small bathrooms are easily overpowered by a vanity that’s simply too large. Opt for something smaller and try to cut down on the items that fill the room with clutter. If you’re having a hard time planning your small bathroom remodel, find out what a professional project would cost with free cost estimates.

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2. Forgo the Vanity Altogether

If the space is extra tiny and you feel comfortable scrapping the vanity all together, then go with a pedestal sink. You can then add a medicine cabinet or cupboard to the wall to store your bathroom essentials.

3. Get Rid of the Bathtub

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Unless soaking in the tub is something you just can’t go without, then consider getting rid of the shower/bath combo. Standing showers will give you extra space in a cramped room and are utilized more often than the bath itself.

4. Don’t Let Space Go to Waste!

Is your toilet better suited in the corner where that extra pocket of space is going to waste? Then consider moving it. Sometimes more room can be created just by changing a layout.

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Photo Credit: Jeff Turner, Juhan Sonin & Cam Lieu

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