Homeowners looking to make a big impact on their bathroom despite having a limited amount of space often look towards updating their shower and/or bathtub. There have been many improvements over the years in terms of styles, fixtures, and more, all of which are great options for small bathrooms. In this blog, the bathroom remodelers here at Baths By Bee will outline several ways in which homeowners can update their small bathrooms with their shower and bathtub to ensure that the space remains stylish and functional.

Wall Storage Options

One way to update a shower or bathtub in a small bathroom is by getting some shower/bathtub wall storage caddies or shelving installed. This is a relatively inexpensive way to make a big impact, as they can often be the focal point of the wet space of your bathroom. Not only can you choose from a variety of customization options for a final product you’ll love, but you will also have a more functional addition to your bathroom.

Smaller Bathtub Designs

Another way to update a small bathroom is to install a smaller bathtub liner or get a smaller bathtub replacement. A new bathtub liner is a great option for those who want to change the look of their space without incurring the cost and hassle of a complete bathroom remodel. Here at Baths By Bee, in addition to standard 5 ft bathtubs, we also provide 4.5 ft bathtub replacements as well as walk-in bathtubs that are narrower than a standard bathtub but still have the luxurious appearance and accessories of one.

Smaller Shower Design Choices

If you have a shower, we have ways you can update to be more accommodating in a smaller bathroom. We provide custom shower bases that are 3 ft or less in length and width while coming in your choice of colors as well as shower walls that are designed to match your bathroom’s layout. For a more space-friendly shower base, consider our acrylic neo-angle shower bases that come in sizes 38” by 38” as well as 36” by 36”. One last aspect of your shower that you can update is the shower doors, and here at Baths By Bee, we offer shower doors that can fit narrow shower enclosures from 29" to 47 1/2".

Small Changes Make A Big Impact

These are just a few of the ways in which homeowners can update their shower and bathtub in a smaller bathroom layout. By making even a small change, homeowners can make a big impact on the overall look and feel of their small bathroom.