Consider the style and setting of your home. Your master bath should take its style cues from your master bedroom. Design them with a common style, even if there is a door between them. A style you have loved for years is most likely to fit this description. Style coordination between bedroom and bathroom is especially important in an open master suite. Your master bedroom suite should inspire the shapes and finishes of your master bathroom cabinetry. Sharing lighting styles can lend inspiration to the fixtures in the bathroom. Continue the master bedroom’s flooring color into the bathroom flooring. This color can be carried over as an accent color in the tile or as its dominant hue, which will make the spaces look larger. You are only limited by size, budget, and imagination – and some local codes. So, go ahead and pamper yourself.
Got Guests? Practical and Beautiful Guest Bathroom When it comes time to remodeling, many homeowners think master bathroom first and guest bathroom down the road. Guest bathrooms may get forgotten altogether. However, the guest bathroom is the one visitors are more likely to see and a “gift” to your family and friends. Every room in your house has the potential to showcase your personal style, and your guest bathroom is no exception. Creating a welcoming space for friends and family doesn’t have to cost a lot either. In fact, you can take a more practical approach to the guest bathroom and still create a dynamic, and functional space for overnight guests.
Bathroom design inspiration by Re-Bath.