Sleek and minimalist; A massive trend over the past 5 years: Frameless shower enclosure are simply no nonsense. Cutting back on all the frills bells and whistles using only what is necessary to ensure structural integrity (chrome brackets) this is the design to go for if you’re looking for longevity versatility and class.
Use cabinetry with open storage: Storage under the sink is a plus and if it has open storage it can serve decorative purposes at the same time. Open storage shelves allow towels baskets and other decorative items to be stored without using up room in a closet. If you decide on open storage for your bathroom be mindful of clutter and adding too many items on the shelves.
Opt for thick heavy 10mm glass panels chunky impactive handles and for goodness sake ensure it’s a water tight design which requires zero silicone sealing. It’s like the Mercedes of shower enclosures popularized desired and’ll continue to be the go to design for designers and shower manufacturers alike in 2014.
Keep in mind that part of what sets the hotel experience apart from that of a typical home is that not only are these items on-hand they’re also meticulously displayed. With just a glance you know exactly what towels and toiletries are available to you. When designing a guest bathroom your goal should be to have your family and friends feel the same way.
Change the swing of your door: If your current door swings into your bathroom consider flipping the door around so it swings out of the bathroom. When doing this ensure that the door is not swinging into a heavily trafficked hallway or space. If you can consider installing a pocket door that slides into the wall and doesn’t require a door swing. Pocket doors are also visually appealing because they “hide” inside the wall!
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.