2. Maximize Your Vanity Storage Space
There never seems to be enough storage space in your small bathroom even if you have a vanity sink. However, it might be because you don’t really know how to make the most of your small vanity cabinet. To maximize your vanity storage space, you should install a spice rack or shallow caddies on the back of the doors.
Rollout shelving is also a must-have addition to your vanity cabinets. For one, it helps double your existing space. Additionally, the sliding design offers easier access to the hidden space in the corners of your cabinets. On top of that, you’ll never feel stressed when searching for items in your cabinets.
3. Install A Mirror that Can Do Double Duty
We all know that mirrors can create the optical illusion, making your small bathroom seem much bigger. But, it would be a shame if you only chose a simple mirror. Instead, I’d recommend you install a mirrored medicine cabinet, so you could have an additional space to store your daily supplements or cosmetics behind the mirror. Moreover, by recessing the mirror cabinet into the wall, your small bathroom will feel more spacious.
The average cost to install a mirrored medicine cabinet is approximately $270. To avoid overpaying for your project, you should always request free quotesfrom your local pros.