Tiny Half Baths – The half-bath at home, otherwise called the powder room, is usually overlooked during remodeling. This is perhaps because of its small size. Yet, as it’s the only room that guests are certain to see (perhaps even a lot more than once), it’s a good idea to do something here to make a great impression.
Take the chance to splurge on countertops and floors in your powder room. Floorings may benefit from a pleasant natural rock, or possibly hardwood. It will make the space seem bigger when the door is opened if your floor matches the floors outside of the room. Other ideas for making the space look bigger are oversized floor tiles along with a pedestal sink. This may make the space appear uncluttered and cramped. Fixtures and all your hardware can be upgraded to give the space a modern look and feel. Antique metals as well as shiny brass give your fixtures a dated appearance.
By hanging a cupboard having a towel rack utilize your wall space. Put above the toilet to make the the most productive use of wall space. Glass tile is a great alternative to get a backsplash. This can provide an impressive look for visitors when they see either clear or colored tiles, the appearance is unquestionably an original one. Don’t forget to add molding and the top of the walls so that the room does not seem unfinished. As a last touch, put in a ledge or a hook on the entranceway so your guests will have a spot to hang a jacket or purse.