Small bathrooms can have their own unique charm, but that doesn’t mean that the people who own them wouldn’t wish that they were a little larger. Every day, small bathroom users have to deal with some extremely common problems. Although, here at Bathtime Mobility, we sympathise with our small bathroom friends, there is a great way to get around even the tiniest of bathrooms.
Disabled wet rooms are a fantastic design decision which can free up a great deal of space in any kind of bathroom, and are particularly useful for those rooms which are extremely limited in space. Aside from the expected struggle relating to bumped elbows, banged knees and the occasional stubbed toe, there are even more problems that small bathrooms can create than you might think!
The 5 Most Commons Everyday Struggles For Small Bathroom Users!
- Storing The Essentials – There’s barely enough space to display the toilet roll in use, so how can they possibly manage to store their other essentials in their room? Many smaller bathroom owners keep their hair products, shaving equipment, spare toilet rolls, towels and more in their bedroom rather than take up valuable space in their small bathroom. For some small rooms, even the most compact of storage solutions aren’t suitable!
- Two’s A Crowd – In some rooms, there’s only enough room for one of you to stay, so allowing someone else to join you is out of the question. Every morning will ruin the potential of a great day’s start with a mad, panicked dash to the bathroom. Imagine not having the space to brush your teeth because your other half is washing their hands?
- Unbearable Heat – One thing that people tend to forget with smaller rooms is that they can get hot, and they can get hot fast. If you take a shower in these rooms, the entire room can fill with steam and will inevitably lead to red cheeks, discomfort and potentially heat rush. For those with the luxury of a bathroom window, this can be partially avoided, but it’s still a very real problem.
- Navigating Bathroom Features – Stepping out of the shower or bath and landing straight in the sink or toilet isn’t ideal. In fact, showers and baths can often be one of the main causes of problems in smaller bathrooms. It’s really no surprise that more and more people are choosing to upgrade their small bathroom to a disabled wet room.
- Mirror, Mirror On The Wall… – One of the most common techniques to enlarge a small bathroom is to include a few mirrors on the wall. However, with large mirrors in an extremely small space you can easily end up confusing yourself, developing a headache or getting sick of your own reflection – none of these are ideal for a Monday morning.
Disabled Wet Rooms For Limited Bathroom Spaces
Here at Bathtime Mobility, we can help you to make the most of your extremely limited space and ensure that your bathroom is as comfortable an environment as possible. With a disabled wet room, you can get rid of any baths or showers in your space and ensure that you can truly enjoy as much space as possible.
For more information on the benefits provided by a disabled wet room, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our professional team today on 03300 882 237.