Do you frequently have guests over, or otherwise want to redo your guest bathroom and make it more welcoming? Then check out a few fabulous ideas to discuss with your bathroom remodeling contractor in Pasadena, as well as a few things you can do yourself:
Incorporating extra shelving into your guest bathroom is an excellent way to make guests feel at home, as it gives them a place to store their toiletry items without feeling like they’re taking over the space. In addition to built-in shelving near the vanity or other applicable area, consider adding extra shelving to the shower/bath unit.
Make it easy for guests to shave in the shower with a no-fog mirror. They’ll love it…see if you don’t get compliments on it!
Jars of Travel Size/Sample Products
Do you love to collect travel-size bottles of shampoo and other products from hotels? Save them and various other product samples and place them in large, clear jars in your guest bathroom. It not only looks good and shows you care about your guest’s comfort, it also provides them with options should he or she have forgotten a product or two.
Even the smallest touches help make guests feel welcome! A burlap ribbon around a small metal trash can looks chic and adds a rustic feel should that be your chosen theme.
Whether on a newly-added rack or stored in a large, attractive basket, it’s essential to have fluffy towels, sheets, and washcloths ready for your guest. They also provide the opportunity to add color to an otherwise-neutral bathroom.
Framed prints of famous artistic works or murals painted on the walls are also ways to add color and flare to your remodeled guest bathroom. Discuss the best places for hanging art with your contractor, or inquire about mural options.
Imaginative Soap Dispensers
Make soap dispensers using soap pumps and old bottles, such as old (clean) bottles of liquor. A fun and creative way to impress your guest, don’t be surprised if it becomes one of the room’s most cherished focal points.