Bath Half Marathon Times 2014 - The half-bath in your home, otherwise called the powder room, is usually overlooked during remodeling. This really is possibly due to the modest size. Yet, as it's the one room that guests are certain to see (maybe even more than once), it's wise to do something here to make a great impression.
Take the opportunity to splurge on floors and countertops in your powder room. Floorings may benefit from a nice natural stone, or maybe hardwood. If your flooring matches the floors outside of the room it'll make the space seem larger when the doorway is opened. Other thoughts for making the space appear bigger are outsize floor tiles and a pedestal sink. This is going to make the space look less cramped and uncluttered. All your hardware and fixtures can be upgraded to provide the space a contemporary feel and look. Shiny brass as well as classic alloys give your fixtures a dated look.
By hanging a cupboard with a towel rack, utilize your wall space. Place above the toilet to make the most efficient utilization of wall space. Glass tile is an excellent choice to get 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 final touch, add a shelf or a hook on the doorway which means that your guests will have a spot to hang a coat or purse.