Floor-to-ceiling patterned tile paired with terra cotta-colored grout creates a spa-like escape that pairs well with Turkish cotton towels and a relaxing bath. Love one color but not sure you can deal with a room full of it? Keep it to the shower enclosure and lay a pixel pattern of small tiles in three or four shades of the same hue.
If a monochromatic look seems a little too intense for your home there’s an easy way to brighten up the space while adding more visual interest: Just add natural materials such as wood stone or metal. Choose one or incorporate a variety.
If you’re ready to take your guest bathroom design to the next level you’re in luck. We’ve put together a list of our best tips to help inspire your redesign. With just a few small tweaks you may just find that you have a new favorite room in the house.
Enclosed shower: PROS: Home owners that prefer a more private bathing experience may opt for the enclosed shower. Shower walls can be fully transparent semi-transparent or etched glass can provide more privacy. CONS: Some home owners do not like the glass getting wet and splattered with water droplets after every shower usage. The glass either needs to be cleaned after every use or wiped dry to avoid build up of water droplets. This can be time consuming and if you have hard water more laborious than worth it.
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
In fact over 50% of new builds in the United States are now equipped with a whirlpool bath. Spa equipment has grown by 10% year on year and is set to continue its growth in 2014.