Half Bath To Full Bath Remodel - The half bath in your house, otherwise called the powder room, is usually overlooked during remodeling. This really is maybe due to its small size. Yet, because it is the only room that guests are sure to see (possibly even more than once), it is a good idea to do something here to create a great impression. Aside from the opinion, for investing in a powder room remodel, another excellent reason is that since it's so small you can splurge on higher-end materials that could not be practical in a larger room. Below are some ideas to help you make the most of your remodeling job.
Take the chance to splurge in your powder room on floors and countertops. Floors may reap the benefits of a fine natural stone, or maybe hardwood. It'll make the space appear larger when the doorway is opened if your floor matches the floors outside of the room. For making the space seem larger, other thoughts are oversized floor tiles and a pedestal sink. This could make the space seem less cramped and uncluttered. All your hardware and fixtures could be upgraded to provide the room a modern feel and look. Vintage metals as well as shiny brass give your fixtures a dated look.
Utilize your wall space by hanging a cupboard using a towel rack attached. Set this above the bathroom to make the most efficient utilization of wall space. Glass tile is a great alternative to get a backsplash. Don't forget to add molding and the top of the walls so that the room doesn't appear bare. As a final touch, add a hook on the entranceway or a shelf so that your visitors will have a spot to hang a coat or bag.