o Enclosed shower: Especially in guest baths and master bathrooms the ability for guests and/or multiple people to use the bathroom at one time is a must. Enclosed showers give this versatility without users feeling imposed on. Enclosed showers also offer the user more space to store toiletries and often sit down with enclosed benches etc
A similar solution could be implemented into a living wall like this which should keep it looking lush and ravishing for time to come. We’re seeing these living walls drawn into more and more designs and expect this trend to continue in 2014.
Except for closets your bathrooms are the smallest rooms of your home that you occupy several times a day. For it being the smallest room unfortunately you have dozens of tasks to accomplish in the space and it still feels too small! To make your bathroom feel larger and to maximize every square inch here is a list of 20 ways to get the best use of space. Best in this article refers to tips that are easy to accomplish and fun to do in the process. See how your bathroom will soon become the most LOVED room to use in the house.
Every bathroom needs storage. For the guest bathroom in particular we recommend using open storage solutions. Look for shelving units bins or cubes that allow you to keep your linens and lotions on display. That way your guests won’t need to root through your belongings in order to find everything they need.
Go big and bright. Create the illusion of extra space through large back lit cabinet mirrors and if you’re feeling especially gallant you could even go as far as zebra print on the bathtub (below).
Understandably the guest bathroom design often takes second priority beyond a high-end master suite. However that doesn’t mean that you should neglect this space entirely. With just a few simple tweaks you can create a space that both you and your guests will fall for. Keep our tips in mind and put your own spin on them to give your interiors a whole new look.