Bath Half Marathon Route - The half bath in your house, otherwise known as the powder room, is usually overlooked during remodeling. This really is perhaps because of the modest size. Yet, because it's the only room that guests are sure to see (possibly even more than once), it is wise to do something here to make a great impression.
Take the chance to splurge on floors and countertops in your powder room. Floors may reap the benefits of a nice natural stone, or possibly hardwood. It'll make the space seem larger when the doorway is opened in case your flooring matches the floors outside the room. For making the space appear bigger, other ideas are outsize floor tiles as well as a pedestal sink. This could make the space appear uncluttered and less cramped. Fixtures and all your hardware can be updated to give the area a contemporary look and feel. Antique alloys as well as shiny brass give your fixtures a dated appearance.
Utilize your wall space by hanging a cabinet having a towel rack. Put above the toilet to make the most efficient use of wall space. Glass tile is a terrific alternative 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 bare. As a last touch, put in a hook on the doorway or a shelf so your guests are going to have spot to hang a jacket or bag.