Making a Small Bathroom Feel Larger with Clever Interior Paint and Design

We’ve talked before about putting bold paint colors in bathrooms, just for a little stylish fun. They’re inviting, make a statement, and a bathroom is a perfect place to contain a more vibrant color choice.

What about if you have a smaller bathroom? Is there a way to make the space feel larger? Absolutely! Interior painting is a powerful tool, and with a little strategy it can push walls apart and create the illusion of size that isn’t actually there.

Let’s take a closer look.

5 Ways to Make a Small Bathroom Feel Larger

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  • White Paint Is Your New Friend – As much fun as bold colors are, white is a clean, stylish option that is ideal for smaller spaces. To add a little visual variety, try layering different shades of white through your choice in wall color, tile, fixtures, decorations, and towels.
  • Take Light Seriously – Shadows make a room feel small, so investing in plenty of lighting is a necessity. This is especially important if there is limited (or no) natural light. It might be worthwhile to look into a skylight or sun tunnel if there isn’t any space for a traditional window.
  • Avoid Large Vanities – If you can sacrifice the storage, invest in a pedestal sink rather than a larger vanity. This more slender alternative will open an amazing amount of space around the floor of your bathroom.
  • Floating Shelves and Furniture – In short, anything that touches the floor claims space. Floating, open shelving will keep your bathroom feeling uncluttered and less closed in.
  • Add Stripes – Thick, horizontal stripes will visually push your walls apart, just like vertical stripes make a ceiling feel taller. Why not make this optical illusion work to your advantage?

Can We Help with Your Bathroom Painting Project?

The A.G. Williams Painting Company team is here and ready to put our expertise to work for you. Why not give us a call today?