If you’re concerned about how to best incorporate these materials into your design without letting the design become too retro don’t fret. We’ve got the tips on how to use warm metals to create a chic aesthetic that you’ll love for a long time to come.
Use recessed accessories to free up moving around area: Consider using a recessed toilet paper holder and create niches in the wall for holding towels toiletries and display items. Niches in the wall will create visual interest and will help avoid objects protruding into valuable floor area. Use this same trick in showers and bathtubs to hold soap and bath accessories. If you’re renovating your bathroom create niches in the shower wall and use tile inside the niches for a custom look.
In this article we will delve into the wonderful world of bathrooms shining a spotlight on the hottest trends which’ll capture the industry in 2014. Please like and share if it tickles you.
This trend works with traditional long boards as in the design below as well as square and rectangular tiles. Use the same tones on the cupboards and units with the bathroom as they’ll complement each other felicitously.
Maximize floor space with minimal obstructions: In small bathrooms scales trash cans and laundry hampers utilize valuable floor space that could be used for moving around your bathroom. The key to this is housing these items in another location. If your trashcan is small enough to fit next to the toilet this may solve your issue. While scales and laundry hampers may need to go in a bedroom or adjacent hallway closet.
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.