The One Thing Tight Spaces in Your Home Needs ASAP

Woman looking at her dress in the mirror

Having tight spaces or minimally-sized rooms in your home doesn’t just make it hard to move around; you also put yourself at risk of continually bumping into things. It also doesn’t do your interior decoration much good, since there’s too little space for you to furnish and beautify. And in most cases, it’s the bathroom that usually has it worst.

The good news is, there are several ways for you to counter these effects of tight spaces in your Auckland home. Most of them have a lot to do with properly-installed and -placed mirrors.

Proper mirror sizing and placing

You most likely already have a mirror in the bathroom, but you may not be getting the most use out of its space-largening effect. Mirrors are incredibly versatile, which means that it’s one of the best tools you have for your small space. You can never have too many of these, but you still need to choose the right size and location to make them work their magic.

Also, before you spend a lot of money on large mirrors, consider getting several of the smaller ones and grouping them. Hang them up on where you would want to put your shaving or make-up mirrors. Aside from giving the room a bigger appearance, this also helps make things look more organised.

Time for a new shower screen – made of glass.

For a bigger upgrade to your bath, consider investing in a glass shower screen. In addition to enjoying the mirror effect, this also gives the entire bathroom a major appearance makeover. After all, well-designed and correctly-installed glass shower screens exude elegance and sophistication. Furthermore, the clean, sleek likes also give the room a more modern, organised look.

These are just some of the ways mirrors can help you tackle your small or tight space concerns. And remember: the tips above aren’t just for the bathroom; you can also apply them almost anywhere in your home.