In our own bathrooms, we have everything organized just the way we like it, but when you have visitors, it’s important to make sure they feel comfortable as well. To help you in this process, our design experts offer 4 simple ways to make your bathroom a bit more guest-friendly.
Recently, the concept of the open shower has become increasingly popular. While they may seem odd to some, walk-in showers can be advantageous in a number of ways, including assisting with accessibility issues and making a bathroom seem larger than it actually is.
Lighting is one of the most important, and often overlooked, components of a well-designed bathroom. Lighting is essential for helping us complete our daily tasks, such as when we’re applying makeup, shaving, and getting ready for the day. The right bathroom lighting helps us look our best, allowing us to complete our morning routine with accuracy and efficiency.
Showers are both a functional necessity and an escape from the day. We rely on them to keep us clean, wash away the stress of work, and pamper us after a grueling workout. With so many different types of showerheads on today’s market, you may be overwhelmed by your options. Eco-friendly showerheads are a great choice, and are especially popular in Portland and Seattle for their water- and money-saving capabilities.
One of the most overlooked aspects of any bathroom remodel is the grout color. Most people either leave this decision for last, or they leave it up to the tile installer to use “whatever works”. To me, grout color is one of the most important decisions you can make in your bathroom.