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Design SOS: Windowless Bathrooms

A small space can pose considerable design challenges. This is particularly true for the bathroom. One of the elements that you may have to forgo when remodeling a tiny bathroom are the windows.

Windowless bathrooms tend to look boxed in, especially when not designed properly. Fortunately, a great bathroom remodeling company like DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen can always find a way to open up and brighten up a bathroom without windows, no matter how big or small it is. Here are some of the tricks we can use!

Paint It White

White is a highly reflective color. It can reflect light throughout the space, brightening it up and making it look bigger than it actually is. If you don’t want to paint the walls white, you can also choose to bring in furnishings in white to add contrast or provide texture to your space.

Install a Skylight

The primary purpose of windows is to bring in light. If you want to let natural sunlight into your bathroom without the use of a traditional window, consider installing a skylight or sun tube. By choosing the right kind of skylight, the bathroom can be effectively illuminated during the day.

Improve Ventilation

A windowless bathroom tends to feel stuffy because of all the moisture from day-to-day showering and bathing. A window can provide natural ventilation but, without one, you have to find another way way to circulate air. Installing a vent fan in your bathroom is a must to help address humidity issues.

Install Multiple Mirrors

Mirrors can help create the illusion of a bigger space. For instance, if you put a mirror wall behind the vanity, it will look as if the wall isn’t even there. Mirrors are also elegant design pieces by themselves!

Improve Your Bathroom With DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen

If you want to apply the ideas above to your remodel or if you’re looking at a complete bathroom remodel, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Wooster has you covered. Call us today at (801) 203-3307 or submit our contact form to schedule a consultation with an expert designer. Let’s start a conversation!

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