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It is fair to say that bathrooms are meant to be a place that people are able to relax however this can be hard to do when it is a rather small bathroom. If you feel that the bathroom area is cluttered, cramped and lacks space then you will probably want to make some changes. There is something things that you can do in order to make tight areas a bit more spacious. Making some changes to small bathrooms in Swindon can make a big difference and create a sleek and charming bathroom. Dealing with a bathroom that is small is partly to do with having an effective layout and partly to do with illusions in order to create a perception of the amount of space.

When it comes to creating a feeling of space one of the key elements in the colour. Lighter colours such as creams, pastels and whites tend to open up space. Larger floor tiles that are light in colour can help to give the room a much nicer feeling. If the bathroom also has a low ceiling then you could create a perception of height by using vertical stripes or features such as a mirror that runs from the floor to the ceiling.

A minimalist scheme of colour can help when you are dealing with small bathrooms in Swindon as it can prevent the room feeling overwhelming. A minimalist scheme of colour does not mean that bright colours cannot be used instead it is just a case of being strategic. Having a feature colour that runs from the ceiling to the floor behind a vanity could help to draw attention to this space and create an element of excitement without making the space oppressive and absorbing the light.

Colour and light tend to work together when it comes to designs therefore it is a good idea to make use of both within a small space. Using colour and light in the correct manner can make a difference between a room that feels open and one that feels closed. Large windows that are uncovered are great for creating the perception of depth and it can brighten up a room. If the ceiling of the bathroom is low then the choice of lighting is very important, as this will draw attention to the ceiling. Down lights are fine but hanging chandeliers that are decorative would not work well. Mirrors and light colours will help to open up small areas and they will reflect light and give an illusion of depth.

M P Tiles have a wide range of bathrooms in Swindon therefore there is something to suit all tastes. Have a look at their website to get a better idea of what is available.