Take the time to consider how you can include touches like these into your guest bathroom. Even one or two should be enough to stop the room from feeling purely functional and help transform it into something special.
Simply buy a normal framed mirror walk along the beach and pick up any pieces of worn driftwood which are oozing with character then glue the wood onto the frame. Also look for shabby chic white tongue and groove paneling and wicker accessories which’ll marry the design together.
Use space above the doorway for storage: The next time you are in your bathroom observe how much vertical space in your bathroom isn’t being used. Typically the space above a doorway is vacant. Especially if you have higher ceilings than the minimum clearance you can install decorative storage shelves to house bath tub salts scrubs etc… in a decorative basket. If you aren’t concerned about décor use the shelf for storing extra toilet paper and cleaners to free up valuable storage area below the sink
‘Problems are a sign of life’: Life for everybody is difficult. This is one of life’s great truths. The late respected psychiatrist Dr M. Scott Peck says ‘Life is a series of problems. Do we want to moan about them or solve them?’. Whether we choose to acknowledge the fact or not we all face problems and the end result we end up with is how we respond to those problems. We need to accept them embrace them and tackle them head on; we need to give time to them.
Day spas and spa hotels are classic examples of escaping and recharging a trend which has pierced the home improvement market. Designers and architects are adding those places of escape within the home including steam shower rooms saunas whirlpool baths and hot tubs into their designs in response to this need. Take the gorgeous example below which sports a sauna and steam shower combination unit; a perfect addition to an at home spa retreat.
Maximize floor space with minimal obstructions: In small bathrooms scales trash cans and laundry hampers utilize valuable floor space that could be used for moving around your bathroom. The key to this is housing these items in another location. If your trashcan is small enough to fit next to the toilet this may solve your issue. While scales and laundry hampers may need to go in a bedroom or adjacent hallway closet.