Are you cramped for space in your bathroom? Are you tired of feeling like you’re showering in a closet? If so, don’t worry—we have some tips to help you out! In this blog post, we will discuss ways that you can redesign your bathroom to create more space. By following these tips, you will be able to make the most of the space that you have and finally enjoy a spacious bathroom!

Use a corner sink

Corner sinks can help maximise space in a bathroom or kitchen by utilising an often underused area. They are designed to fit into a corner, which can free up space on the main counter or vanity for other items. Additionally, corner sinks can also help to open up floor space by eliminating the need for a large sink cabinet. This can make a small bathroom or kitchen feel more spacious and open.

Go for a wall-mounted toilet

They are mounted directly to the wall rather than sitting on the floor, which eliminates the need for a large and bulky toilet base. This can free up floor space and make the bathroom feel more open and spacious. Additionally, wall-mounted toilets can also make it easier to clean the floor around the toilet, as there is no base to work around. However, it’s important to note that installing a wall-mounted toilet can be more complex than a floor-mounted one and requires extra framing and reinforcement in the wall to support the weight of the toilet.

Use a shower instead of a bathtub

Showers do not require as much space as a bathtub. A standard shower unit can be as small as a few square feet, whereas a bathtub can take up considerably more space. Additionally, some shower designs, such as a corner or walk-in shower, can also be more space-efficient than a bathtub. However, it’s worth noting that the size of the shower will depend on the showerhead and the size of the shower pan or enclosure. Some modern shower designs with multiple showerheads or a large rain showerhead can take up more space than a simple bathtub.

Consider a sliding door

Sliding doors can help maximise space in a room by eliminating the need for a swinging door. Instead of requiring space to open and close a door, a sliding door simply glides along a track, which allows it to take up less space. Our doors open effortlessly, thanks to a four-wheel steel mechanism that provides a unique “air glide” smooth, silent rolling motion. 

Use a floating vanity

A floating vanity can help to maximise space in a bathroom by eliminating the need for a bulky vanity cabinet that sits on the floor. A floating vanity is installed on the wall and appears to “float” above the floor. This can create the illusion of more floor space and make a bathroom feel more open and airy. Additionally, a floating vanity can also make it easier to clean the floor around it, as there is no base to work around.

Use light colours

Light colours can make a space seem bigger by reflecting light and creating the illusion of more space. Light-coloured walls, ceilings, and floors can make a room feel more open and airy. Additionally, light colours can also help to make a room feel more illuminated, which can make it seem more spacious.

By following these steps, you will be able to maximise the space in your bathroom. For more information about doors and installation, please get in touch with a member of our team today.

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18:23 20 Jan 22
From the first moment when Arthur came round to advise, measure-up and quote for the job we felt we were in good hands. And his team of installers provided the best service. I always think that the best test is if something needs further attention and in this case they returned promptly to fix a small issue and nothing was too much trouble. Our new doors have transformed the back of our house and we highly recommend this company for work of the highest quality. Thank you Arthur and team!
Debbie GilbertDebbie Gilbert
15:01 14 Jan 22
They have fitted a new back door, front door and front room and kitchen window. Great service, price and quality. We are very happy!
Cat KienwaldCat Kienwald
19:14 08 Jan 22
We got our back and front doors replaced by E&A Windows and we couldn't be happier with the job they did. Erez was so helpful as took the time to come to our home to give us a quote, explaining all our options thoroughly and clearly without being pressuring in the slightest. The quality of both doors was fantastic and Adrian’s installation was fast and completed to a very high standard. He was also very helpful. We would highly recommend E&A Windows and will definitely use them again for any future double glazing needs. Thanks so much!
James NymanJames Nyman
22:48 04 Nov 21
Very professional service! During my initial consultation, I was fortunate enough to deal with the owner of the company. He visited my property and spent a few hours talking me through design options and his recommendations. His recommendations were very insightful and ensured my build looked elegant and modern while retaining the functionality required for an active family of 4. The build process was equally professional with the construction team arriving when they said, treating my property with respect and cleaning up after they finished each day...something not often done by today's tradesmen. I've recommend this company to my parents.
Sammy lakhaniSammy lakhani
09:11 01 Oct 21
I have just had new windows installed by E&A Windows and I must say I was very impressed. Arthur the owner of the company was so helpful and supportive throughout the process. I don't know much about windows so was skeptical at first, but I felt at ease very quickly. The guys who came to fit the windows (John, Christie and Peter) were absolute legends. They were extremely friendly and so so helpful, and the respect they gave me, my elderly parents and our home was exceptional. They took care of our home as if it was their own. I have never come across such professionals, not only did they do a fantastic job , but they went well beyond, seemed like nothing was impossible. They were with us only for 3 days but my parents were actually sad to see them go. I would highly recommend them to anyone looking to fit new windows.