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Bathroom Remodeling: Small Bathroom Design Ideas You Can Try

Bathroom Remodeling: Small Bathroom Design Ideas You Can Try

Bathroom Remodeling: Small Bathroom Design Ideas You Can Try
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Posted by Staff Reporter (media@realtytoday.com) on Aug 06, 2015 08:00 AM EDT

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NEW YORK – FEBRUARY 05: A view inside the bathroom stalls during Olympus Fashion Week Fall 2005 at Bryant Park February 05, 2005 in New York City. (Photo : Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images)

Designing a small bathroom is not complicated. Here are some small bathroom designs that you can try:

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Create a wonderful focal point in your bathroom with timeless furniture-style vanities. You can choose the style or theme of vanity that you want; make sure it is coordinated with the overall color of your bath. Wooden vanit…………… continues on Realty Today

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Create a beautiful bathroom for the ages
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 M ost people want to stay in their homes as long as possible. Trouble is, their homes may not be aging as well as they are. Take the bathroom. Because of its hard and slippery surfaces, almost 235,000 people visit the emergency room each year with injuries suffered while bathing, showering, or using the facilities. Despite that, many homeowners resist even small changes that would make the room safer because they fear their beautiful bathroom will end up looking institutional. (Check out these 5 steps to a safer bathroom.)

But that’s now changing. The very things that make your bathroom safer and easier to navigate—large, walk-in showers; higher toilets; natural lighting—are also some of the latest design trends. It’s like hiding vegetables in the meal of a finicky eater. You can conceal safety upgrades with sleek design, clever innovations­—and a few euphemisms.

“Grab bars were a real deal breaker,” says Diana Schrage, an interior designer at Kohler. Now that grab bar is being called a “shower rail.” Higher-seated toilets are “comfort height.” And easy-to-use lever handles and handheld showers are “ergonomic.”

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