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.
Update your small bathroom with modern fixtures: Even though your bathroom is small it can still look like a bigger than life space. Bathrooms have huge resale value when selling your home and updating your fixtures is a worthy investment. If your bathroom feels small due to out-of-date and boring fixtures opt for brushed chrome bronze or copper fixtures. For a wow factor consider vessel sinks placed on top of granite countertops. You will love to spend time in your small bathroom when it feels luxurious!
Triangular tiles laid in a 3D cube pattern trick the eye into seeing more depth and keep a tile half-wall from looking monolithic. Give a modern bathroom a touch of vintage softness with shell-shaped deco tiles. A curvy vintage mirror sconces and brass fixtures finish the classic look.
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.
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.
Then in the 1980s we suddenly got sick of bathrooms that had something to say. Ever since then we’ve been covering our bathrooms in safe quiet choices such as beige gray and plain white. A neutral bathroom isn’t all bad. But these gorgeous graphic tile treatments make us want to kiss quiet bathrooms goodbye.