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Small Bathroom Makeover Ideas

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You can do a lot in a large bathroom. Your options are unlimited, and you have the freedom to be as creative as you want. Contrary to that, a small bathroom requires a nuanced eye. Each detail matters: tilework, type of bathtub, shower area, wall color, and lighting.

We’re not here to scare you away. In this guide, we have compiled a list of bathroom makeover ideas for small bathrooms. So buckle up and read to get some inspiration for your next bathroom remodeling project.

1.Lighter Hues

A lot of people don’t realize that their small bathrooms have enough natural light coming in, but the reason they look enclosed ands dark is due to the color scheme. Keep the colors bright and light for a serene look. Soft and neutral colors can make your small bathroom looker larger. With a white wall and lightweight curtains, and a freestanding tub in the middle of your bathroom, you can enjoy maximum natural light and blow off some steam.

2.Go Completely Dark

This may come as a surprise to many, but oftentimes, you can create an illusion of a large space with dark colors. A high-gloss black color with dark light fixtures can create a night-sky effect. The dark hue bounces the light to draw more attention to light fixtures giving them a rather enlarged look. But you need to choose light bulbs that bring plenty of bright light in.

3.Mirror, Mirror, On The Wall!

Instead of hanging a traditional mirror over your basin or vanity, why not mirror the whole wall? A large wall mirror can make your tiny bathroom look spacious because it reflects light. If you’re looking for some inspiration, our beautiful assortment of custom glass mirrors can be the starting point. Explore our standoff mirrors, floating mirrors or frameless mirrors for your bathroom wall.

4.Multiple or Backlight Mirrors

If an entire wall mirror won’t work in your bathroom, you can go for multiple mirrors. Alternatively, you can choose backlight mirrors. These are quite trendy and add an ultramodern look to your space. You can amplify the light without using sconces for a minimal look.

5.Ceramic Tilework

If you’re looking for extra impact and durable tilework, go for the floor to ceiling option. Ceramic tiles are a better option for small bathrooms. 2x4 or 1x4 tiles are less expensive, but they serve just the right purpose!

6.Glass Shower Door

A glass shower door in a small bathroom is one way to open up space. Our Phantom Sliding Door is the steal of the town. It comes with low-iron laminated glass for an unobstructed view and spacious vibe around your bathroom. You can also opt for an etched, frosted, screen and single glass door. This way, you can save up space and separate your bathroom from the shower area for privacy.

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Aside from Phantom sliding door, we also offer frameless shower doors, framed shower enclosures, and semi-framed shower doors in Dallas. At Shower Doors of Dallas, our goal is to accentuate your personal space using our 20-years long industry experience. Contact us today for a free consultation.

If you are looking for custom shower glass or shower doors in Dallas, call us today at 214-530-5483, or contact us online to schedule your free estimate