Do you find yourself living in a home with a tiny bathroom? Do you find that sometimes it’s more claustrophobic than comfortable? Here are a few ingenious ways you can make your lowly lavatory seem much bigger than it actually is.


1. Paint the ceiling the same color of the walls

One sure-fire way to create the illusion of space is by painting the ceiling the same color as the walls. This will cut down on the number of apparent transitions and planes intersecting. This creates the look of a more expansive ceiling. This is especially true for bathrooms with unusual shaped walls and low ceilings. For even more effectiveness, paint your walls and ceiling a lighter shade for a more open concept look.
Paint the ceiling the same color of the walls


2. Choose a light-colored flooring

Just like with paint colors, having a lighter colored floor will make your space appear larger. If you can’t replace your flooring, place a light-colored rug over your existing tile.
Choose a light-colored flooring


3. Install a sliding door

Is your space so tight it’s hard to swing open a door? A simple fix for this dilemma is to install an attractive sliding pocket door. Not only will it add some visual interest to your space, but practically, it will also give your washroom some much needed square footage.
Install a sliding door


4. Consider windows

While privacy is important, don’t let modesty get in the way of letting in some natural light into your bathroom. Large windows are a great way to make a room look bigger, so don’t cover them with dark shades. Instead, install frosted windows or invest in sheer curtains.Consider windows


5. Build a floating vanity

If you require drawers to hide your things, consider installing a floating vanity. These attach to the wall and keep your floors clear, resulting in a more spacious-looking room.
Build a floating vanity


6. Use towel racks

Attaching multiple towel racks to the inside of your bathroom door will not only maximize space, but will also look stylish as well.
Use towel racks


7. Design a walk-in shower

Create a more open-concept shower area is one simple way to open up your bathroom. Creating a curbless shower area allows you to use the same flooring in an unbroken line which eliminates the compartmentalized look of a step into shower. Plus, it looks really cool.

Design a walk-in


8. Get rid of your shower curtain

Replace your dated shower curtain with a stylish clear glass door. Taking the glass almost all the way to the ceiling will help to make your ceiling look higher.
Get rid of your shower curtain


9. Keep the clutter off your counter

When it comes to staying organized, it’s better to put everything away below waste level. Put all your items in cabinets underneath and try to avoid putting your toiletries on the countertop. Having all this clutter exposed creates a cramped feeling that makes those who walk in feel boxed in. Keep the clutter off your counter


10. Install a skylight

If your bathroom is located on the top floor of your home, consider installing a skylight over the sink or your bath. Having a skylight in your bathroom will create a more open feeling to the room by bring in more natural light to the space. If obstructions prevent you from installing a full skylight, try installing a tubular skylight instead, as they are cheaper and more flexible than traditional skylights. Plus, they can help you save money by eliminating the need to turn on your bathroom lights during the day.Install a skylight