Design Cues You Can Borrow From Hotel Bathrooms

Luxury hotel bathrooms are known for their welcoming ambiance that can help guests feel at ease. If you want to recreate that relaxing atmosphere in your bathroom, you can borrow a few design cues from hotel bathrooms during your next bathroom remodeling project. 

To help you get started with your next bathroom remodel, here are a few design tips: 

Hide Your Toilet Bowl 

Toilets would naturally be an essential part of any bathroom, but no one wants it to be the focal point or the first thing guests would see. That’s why it’d be a good idea to hide your toilet behind a wall or partition. What if there’s not enough space in your bathroom? You can hide it behind a piece of furniture instead. 

Choose Upscale Countertop Materials 

Your bathroom countertop is an important focal point in the bathroom design, so you need to choose a countertop material that has a classic aesthetic appeal and minimal maintenance. Granite and quartz are hotels’ preferred choice when it comes to countertop materials. Countertops made from granite and quartz can add a sophisticated elegance to any bathroom. To learn more about your kitchen and bathroom countertop options, consult a professional bathroom and kitchen remodeling contractor. 

Install a Tub in Your Shower 

Can’t decide between a shower or a tub? Why not install both? A tub-shower combo is an ideal choice for people on busy schedules that need a space where they can unwind and relax. After taking quick showers in the morning, they can take a nice, long soak in the tub after a long day. 

Choose a Monochromatic Color Scheme 

To make sure the tub and shower don’t clash visually, it’s best to stick to a monochromatic color scheme. For more bathroom design tips, consult an experienced bathroom remodeler. 

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