Adding A Small Half Bath - The half bath in your house, otherwise known as the powder room, is often overlooked during remodeling. This really is possibly due to its modest size. Yet, because it's the one room that guests are sure to see (perhaps even more than once), it's wise to do something here to make a good impression.
Take the chance to splurge in your powder room on floors and countertops. Floors may take advantage of a nice natural rock, or perhaps hardwood. If your floor matches the floors outside the room it'll make the space seem bigger when the door is opened. Other ideas for making the space appear bigger are a pedestal sink as well as outsize floor tiles. This could make the space look less cramped and uncluttered. Fixtures and all your hardware can be updated to provide the space a modern look and feel. Vintage metals in addition to shiny brass give your fixtures an appearance that is dated.
Utilize your wall space by hanging a cupboard with a towel rack. Put above the toilet to make the most effective usage of wall space. Glass tile is a great alternative to get a backsplash. This provides an impressive look for visitors when they see either clear or colored tiles, the appearance is obviously a distinctive one. Do not 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 ledge or a hook on the door which means that your guests are going to have spot to hang a coat or bag.