Small shower Design bathroom
Small bathrooms should never ruin the longevity, relaxation or calmness of a nice hot shower at the end of the day. While many of us suffer from a lack of space, no one suffers from a lack of creativity.
For all those who feel like they can’t enjoy a soothing showering experience due to their small bathroom, we found seven shower designs and tips perfect for you. By implementing some or all of these designs/tips, your small bathroom shower will feel like the spa you deserve.
Note: Some of these images contain larger showers, but the tips within are intended for small showers.
Small Showers Need Light
No matter how you design or remodel your small shower, everyone knows light is the key. Whether through windows, open doorways or light-colored walls, light will undoubtedly make your small shower feel larger than it really is.
As you can see from the picture above, while this shower may be bigger than some, it is very narrow. As such, they installed a tall window right beside the small rainfall shower head. Privacy aside, that big window certainly adds the illusion of a wider shower.
Small Showers Enjoy Skylights
In addition to windows, small showers greatly benefit from light above, aka, a skylight. Skylights add a bright, airy and spacious feel to an otherwise ordinary room. No matter how small your shower is, sun streaming from above will undoubtedly give you that spa-like feel you deserve.
Note: All other tips mentioned in this article are cheaper than a skylight.
Small Showers Feel Bigger with Open Concepts
Homeowners across the country are utilizing open concepts in their kitchens and living rooms to enjoy a larger space. That same concept can work in your bathroom as well.
While this trend has not fully hit its stride in the bathroom, open concept showers and bathrooms easily give the impression of more space.