1. Illusion of height
Vertical lines create the illusion of height. Tiles mounted as close to the ceiling as possible will create the illusion of a larger space. For a guaranteed effect, choose light colored or white tile with thin stripes, vertical, which continue from one plate to another.
2. Lights and mirrors
Mirrors are a perfect way to add depth, width and length to small rooms. Most times, one mirror is enough in the bathroom. Try to place it opposite from the door or the window. Also, the mirror will help to distribute light throughout the room.
For smaller bathrooms, showers without cabin are preferred , which will not create any visual barriers.
3. Lights and shelves
If your bathroom does not benefit from a window, you can use modern artificial lighting sources, such as spots. A good idea is to mount some shelves at a maximum height (where you can reach them) and to place lights under them.
The best are the corner shelves that will accommodate all soaps, shampoos, bath salt, etc. .
The key word is "simple". Use a light color on the walls, ceiling, and the floor. I recommend warm tones, pastels, or plain white. Stylish appearance of the arrangement may be given by the color that dominates the decor.
Try to mount large size ceramic tiles, so that a single tile can cover the widest possible space. The effect may be amplified by the use of opaque and darker floor tiles, some hanging shelves and a sink mounted directly in the wall.
6. The sink
Sinks with a pedestal are a great way to save space since they are not voluminous. Choose furniture with a modern design based on straight lines, a unified color and discrete models.
The first place where you can use a cabinet is under the sink. The next generous space that you can use is above the toilet tank. A tall narrow cabinet will give you enough room to store all the smallest of bathrooms: cosmetic bags, nail file, etc. .
A sliding door gives more space than a normal door with hinges.