Bath Half Marathon 2014 Times - The half bath in your house, otherwise known as the powder room, is often overlooked during remodeling. This is perhaps owing to the modest size. Yet, because it's the only room that guests will definitely see (maybe even a lot more than once), it is advisable to do something here to make a good impression. Besides the impression, for investing in a powder room remodel, another great reason is the fact that since it is so small you are able to splurge on higher-end materials that wouldn't be practical in a larger room.
Take the opportunity to splurge in your powder room on countertops and floors. Floorings may benefit from a fine natural stone, or possibly hardwood. It'll make the space look larger when the doorway is opened if your flooring matches the floors outside the room. For making the space seem larger, other ideas are a pedestal sink plus oversize floor tiles. This could make the space seem less cramped and uncluttered. Fixtures and all your hardware can be updated to give the area a modern look and feel. Classic alloys as well as gleaming brass give your fixtures an outdated look.
Use your wall space by hanging a cabinet using a towel rack. Place this above the bathroom to make the most effective use of wall space. Glass tile is a fantastic alternative for a backsplash. As a final touch, put in a shelf or a hook on the entranceway which means that your guests are going to have place to hang a coat or bag.