This tip is more about function than aesthetics but it is one that your guests will truly appreciate. Whoever comes to visit they’ll likely be bringing a host of toiletries of their own and they’ll need somewhere to put them. Make sure your guest bathroom includes plenty of room for your visitors to spread out during their stay.
The bathroom trend over the past few years has been dominated by straight lines however in 2014 curves and rounded edges has put it’s proverbial foot in the door and is forcing its way in. This curvature applies to anything and everything within the bathroom including walls bathtubs sinks mirrors cabinets and shower enclosures.
Fortunately a bathroom naturally lends itself to lots of texture. Start by anchoring the tub or shower with a plush rug or mat. Make sure the space includes multiple layers of soft towels. Top off the room with a few spa accessories such as fluffy robes to make it especially luxurious.
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.
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.
Take the picture above for example. In it you can see that whoever designed the space has taken the time to add plenty of fresh towels a plush robe a variety of high-end soaps and lotions plus spa-like bath treatments can be found on the back wall.