When you consider that we spend about as much time in the bathroom as we do in our living rooms or kitchen, it's time you rid yourself of an overly claustrophobic bathroom and add amenities or other features to make it represent your true style.
The biggest hurdles you face are sizing new fixtures. Keep in mind that even small bathrooms can look more spacious when using something as subtle as lighting or mirrors. However, physical items like a new toilet, a tub/shower, or a vanity provide bigger challenges.
What should you consider with these on sizing? Plus, what other items can you add to help consolidate things if you don't have enough space?
Let's take a look at each item and how they can fit within the dimensions of your bathroom.
The Importance of Bathroom Measurements
Before you place any new items into your bathroom, it's important to understand what their dimensions are so you know they'll properly fit. A true professional bathroom remodeling company can help you with this since choosing new toilets, sinks, and vanities in a store can turn into a misleading shopping experience.
Check out the entire article on bathroom remodeling here.