Functionality for your showering needs: In many homes there is a case to be made for both types of showers. Many outdoor showers for swimming pools and beach goers warrant having an open shower and many guest bathrooms warrant closed showers. Here are the benefits of each:
Take the time to consider how you can include touches like these into your guest bathroom. Even one or two should be enough to stop the room from feeling purely functional and help transform it into something special.
‘Problems are a sign of life’: Life for everybody is difficult. This is one of life’s great truths. The late respected psychiatrist Dr M. Scott Peck says ‘Life is a series of problems. Do we want to moan about them or solve them?’. Whether we choose to acknowledge the fact or not we all face problems and the end result we end up with is how we respond to those problems. We need to accept them embrace them and tackle them head on; we need to give time to them.
Clean and clinical; simple monochrome is another winner for 2014. Variations of the same color throughout the bathroom using sleek polished or matte tiles to set off the latest in modern fixings. This is all about keeping it simple like the Scandinavians do well; eliminating clutter using high quality materials keeping it lustrous tasteful and classy.
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.
To do this you’ll need to leave plenty of negative space in your design. Resist the urge to overcrowd your design with accessories or knickknacks and only use as many as you need to make the space feel pulled together. If you’re working with a small bathroom rely on vertical height to provide some additional surface space.