Half Bath Bathroom Designs - The half bath at home, otherwise known as the powder room, is often overlooked during remodeling. That is possibly because of the small size. Yet, because it is the only room that guests are certain to see (maybe even a lot more than once), it is recommended to do something here to make a good impression. Aside from the perception, for investing in a powder room remodel another great reason is the fact that since it's so small you can splurge on higher-end stuff that wouldn't be practical in a bigger room.
Take the opportunity to splurge in your powder room on countertops and floors. Floorings may reap the benefits of a fine natural stone, or maybe hardwood. It will make the space seem bigger when the doorway is opened, in case your flooring matches the floors outside the room. For making the space seem bigger, other ideas are oversize floor tiles and also a pedestal sink. This can make the space appear cramped and uncluttered. All your hardware and fixtures could be updated to offer the space a modern look and feel. Antique metals as well as gleaming brass give your fixtures a dated appearance.
By hanging a cupboard having a towel rack, use your wall space. Set above the bathroom to make the most efficient utilization of wall space. Glass tile is an excellent alternative for a backsplash. Don't forget to add molding around baseboards and the top of the walls so that the room doesn't seem unfinished. As a last touch, put in a hook on the door or a ledge so your visitors will have a spot to hang a coat or purse.