Half Bathtub - The half-bath at home, otherwise called the powder room, is often overlooked during remodeling. That is maybe because of its modest size. Yet, because it is the one room that guests are certain to visit (perhaps even a lot more than once), it is recommended to do something here to make a good impression.
Take the opportunity to splurge on countertops and floors in your powder room. Floorings may benefit from a nice natural stone, or perhaps hardwood. It will make the space appear larger when the door is opened, in case your floor matches the floors outside the room. Other ideas for making the space appear bigger are outsize floor tiles and also a pedestal sink. This could make the space look cramped and uncluttered. Fixtures and all your hardware might be updated to give the area a contemporary look and feel. Antique alloys in addition to shiny brass give your fixtures a dated appearance.
By hanging a cabinet having a towel rack attached use your wall space. Put above the toilet to make the most efficient usage of wall space. Glass tile is an excellent choice to get a backsplash. Do not forget to add molding and the top of the walls so that the room doesn't appear unfinished. As a final touch, add a hook on the entranceway or a shelf which means that your guests will have a place to hang a jacket or bag.