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How To Make A Small Bathroom Look Bigger With Tile


In this article, we will show you how to make a small bathroom look bigger with tile colour, sizes and material. 

As disappointing as having a small bathroom is, it is sometimes an unavoidable reality. Making a small bathroom look larger is a twist of creativity, especially as it concerns choices of colour, wall tiles, floor tiles, mirror, basic bathroom fixtures, and lighting.

What’s more, you don’t have to go overboard to give the illusion of a bigger bathroom.

Tile Suppliers Direct have numerous cheap tiles for sale such as; bathroom tiles, mosaic tiles, and ceramic tiles, all of which can help you make a small bathroom look bigger. 


Here are some helpful tips and tiles that would be a perfect solution to make your small bathroom look bigger,

How To Make A Small Bathroom Look Bigger

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How To Make A Small Bathroom Look Bigger

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  • Natural light - avoid blinds
  • Bright lights 
  • Large mirrors
  • Colour blending
  • Light coloured wall tiles
  • Larger Tiles
  • White Grout
  • White ceiling
  • Tiled floor
  • Windows
  • Avoid textured glass in your shower – use clear glass
  • Less is more

Natural light - avoid blinds

A small space looks bigger with more natural light. As much as possible, let a lot of natural light into the bathroom. It doesn’t just make a space look bigger, but it also gives the bathroom a fresh feel.

Bright lights

Install bright lights in the bathroom, it will open up space and make the bathroom look larger.

Large mirrors

Mirrors are very important in making a small space look bigger by giving the illusion of a larger space in addition to reflecting natural light. The larger the mirror the better.

Colour blending

Light coloured tiles open up a small space. Glossy surfaces reflect the light whereas matte tiles absorb the light for a softer look. White grout gives a clean, fresh look.

Larger tiles

Larger tiles, and subsequently fewer grout lines, gives the illusion of a larger space. 

White Ceiling

Have a smooth, plastered ceiling and make sure the colour of the ceiling is a shade lighter than that of the wall, preferably white which will make the ceiling look higher. 

Tiled Floor

The colour of the floor tiles should be the same as or close to that of the wall. Colour blending is one of the tricks to making your small space look bigger. Remembering that glossy surfaces reflect the light.

Avoid textured glass in your shower - use clear glass

Clear glass in a shower makes your bathroom look spacious, whereas patterned glass or traditional shower curtains serve as an obstruction in the room.

Less is more

Cramping your small bathroom with so many items will make it look smaller, so take out all those items that can be kept outside (e.g. laundry basket, and so much more). 

As much as possible, the fixtures should be reduced to the basic (sink, toilet, shower, towel rail). Use a shower instead of a bathtub to achieve a bigger bathroom look.

 

 

 

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