Just because your bathroom is on the smaller side doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a comfortable and luxurious showering experience. And there are actually plenty of simple ways to update the shower in a small bath space.
- Enclose your shower with glass. You don’t want your shower to look and feel cramped, so instead of a solid partition or shower curtain, opt for a glass enclosure instead. This not only provides the illusion of more space, but also gives your bathroom a neater and more contemporary look. Just make sure to give the glass walls a quick wipe down every now and then.
- Go for a barrier-free shower. This solution helps make your shower appear bigger, but with less cleanup and maintenance involved with a glass-enclosed space. A barrier-free shower is exactly what it sounds like – the section of the shower facing the rest of the bathroom is completely open. Aside from making the space look bigger, a barrier-free shower also allows for a safer and more accessible shower experience, making it especially useful if you live with family members who are elderly or have limited mobility.
- Choose a light or neutral shower palette. To create an airier, more spacious feel in your shower, make sure to stick to a light or neutral color scheme. White shower walls and bases are a classic choice, but you can also go for tan, beige or gray. Using a single color can make the space look more seamless, but you are also free to use two or more light or neutral tones to create lovely color combinations.
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