While the spare bathroom doesn’t always get much use, it is important to ensure that it is well-designed. Yes, guest bathrooms give homeowners an opportunity to create a space that’s welcoming and comfortable. Since these washrooms aren’t used daily you can make bold and unique choices when it comes to designing the interior.
Before you begin selecting accessories, flooring, and wall colors you should first consider the layout of the bathroom. Are you working with a fairly small or a large space? Often, the guest bathroom doesn’t require many storage options since it’s likely that your guest won’t have large quantities of items to store. Therefore, when decorating you don’t have to place much emphasis on utility.
Perhaps the best part of designing a guest bathroom is that you can experiment with patterns and colors that you would normally consider too bold for other areas of the home. After you have analyzed the current layout of the bathroom it’s time to formulate a distinct design that you’re interested in implementing. Do you want to create a rustic feel or try a fun or loud wall color? Try utilizing unique fixtures and furniture pieces. You can find different pieces at thrift stores and boutiques. Remember, the sky is really the limit.
Even though your guests’ stay is temporary you still want them to be comfortable. Give your guests a hotel-like experience by adding function. You can stock the guest bathroom vanity with amenities such as toothpaste, soap, and towels. Additionally, ensure that the bathroom is free from clutter.
If you have questions about the best flooring, cabinets, or paint colors for your guest bathroom, feel free to ask! We are always happy to help you through the process. Stop by to see one of our showrooms or fill out a contact form and we will get in touch with you.