How to Make a Small Bathroom Luxurious

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How to Make a Small Bathroom Luxurious
Mirrors can add style and the illusion of more area to a small bathroom. (Tim Klein/Digital Vision/Getty Images)

If you are stuck with a small bathroom, you don't necessarily have to settle for an ordinary one. You can transform even a small bathroom space into a luxurious one if you use the right tools and techniques. Making a bathroom luxurious is a combination of using quality building and decorating supplies, along with designs that make the most of your space.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Things you need

  • Tile
  • Sink
  • Mirror
  • Lighting
  • Hardware
  • Shower

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Install tile on the floor and walls, and give the tile an extra "pop" by adding a mosaic border through key areas.

  2. 2

    Add a glass shower, which not only looks glamorous but also makes the room appear larger.

  3. 3

    Opt for a high quality pedestal sink rather than a large vanity. Look for sinks with attention to detail, and add high-end knobs.

  4. 4

    Hang an antique mirror above the sink. Antique style adds a classic look, and the mirror adds a perception of depth to the room.

  5. 5

    Match the hardware in your shower with the hardware on your sink and toilet. If you use a storage cabinet, match the hardware there as well.

  6. 6

    Use colour to your advantage. Dark woods such as mahogany add a luxurious feel to any wooden furnishings in the room. Light colours on the wall help to make the room feel less cramped.

  7. 7

    Invest in quality light fixtures. A bright bathroom looks more luxurious than a dimly lit one, and light can also open up the space as well. If possible, install a sky light as well. Having a view of the sky from your bathroom can dramatically affect how large the space feels.

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