Small bathrooms, of necessity, usually have small bathroom vanities. Still, just because your vanity is missing in size, it’s lacking style. There are lots of simple things you can do to dress it up and give it maximum effect, even if there is a minimum of space. First, group topics. Instead of spreading all your bad records over the counter, they contain in one room. Group them on a beautiful hill and put the ground nicely in a corner of the small vanity.
This will create instant visual power while saving space. Choose items of varying heights, shapes and textures for added interest. Such as a high-glass cylinder filled with decorative soaps, a natural sponge and a rolled-out guest towel. Second, add height. Add high, slim elements to the small bathroom vanities. Height pulls the eye upwards, creating an illusion of more space. Try to place some thin tapered candles in silver candlesticks. A high silk topiary can add a new touch of green to the room.
Long incense spikes slipped into a vertical holder will add a spiky feeling and scent to vanity and room. Third, highlight hardware. Dress your small bathroom vanities by emphasizing the hardware and the sink instead of decorating it with objects. Install a characteristic porcelain sink (maybe even a hand painted sink) rather than standard white. Or choose an extensive faucet system instead of the usual faucet. If vanity has a cupboard, consider replacing the standard freezer knobs with custom ones. Maybe to match your custom wash.