If you have a small bathroom, you have to make the most every square inch - especially when it comes to the shower!
Here are some of our favorite small bathroom design ideas that will make your small shower look larger and more luxurious.
Small showers can look more elegant and luxurious with the right shower curtain. These bathrooms featured on Furniture Design Ideas and Better Homes and Gardens use light colors and thin fabrics to keep the spaces bright and airy. Shower curtains like these are a great way to make both the shower and the bathroom feel more spacious. To make your bathroom and shower look taller than they actually are, move your shower curtain rod closer to the ceiling. This interior designer trick draws your eye up towards the ceiling and psychologically makes the space feel bigger than it really is!
If you're looking to expand your shower space without spending time and money renovating your small bathroom, a curved shower rod is an incredibly easy update to install! The design of the curved shower rod allows the shower curtain to hang further away from shower walls, instantly giving you a luxuriously large shower. You can see the space you gain in this beautiful black bathroom by Mango Design Co. via Decosfree.
There is only one downside to curved shower rods: the space you gain in the shower is lost in the bathroom. This is especially a concern in small bathrooms where the toilet or sink is located just outside the shower. In those situations the sticky, wet shower curtain can stick to you and the furniture while you're using the bathroom. Luckily, there is a brilliant invention for bathrooms to solve this problem: the Rotator Rod, the curved shower rod that rotates! The Rotator Rod offers you the luxury of a standard curved shower curtain rod in the shower, then rotates into the tub -- and out of your way -- while you use the rest of the bathroom! The Rotator Rod is the perfect fix for small bathrooms, rental spaces, or people who like options, all with No Drilling Required! For more information on the Rotator Rod, visit www.RotatorRod.com .
Another option for small bathrooms are glass shower doors. Having a transparent barrier dividing the shower from the bathroom can make small bathroom spaces feel open and larger. These beautiful bathrooms from Home Ideas Design and Studio G+S Architects really show how small bathrooms can also be luxurious.
What do you think of these small bathroom ideas? How do you make your small shower spaces seem larger? Tell us what you think in the comments section below or join the conversation on social media!