Once you have your colour palette worked out, you can add more visual interest to the room by incorporating differing shapes, textures, and materials. This can be a large oval mirror paired with a curved sink, and a square showerhead, a hessian shower mat over wooden flooring, or gloss metro city tiles against a matt plastered wall.
Include luxe extras
Whether your guests are staying just one night, or they’re enjoying a staycation with you, the best part of being away from home is the little luxuries that the accommodation has to offer. So, why not recreate that feeling of a boutique hotel by adding some luxe extras?
Good guest bathroom design should be warm and inviting, and what could be more inviting than fitting underfloor heating. There’s nothing worse than walking on a cold bathroom floor in the winter months, and unless you really want to up the hotel-ante and provide slippers for your guests, fitting underfloor heating is that little, unexpected touch of luxury your guests will love.
Of course, the next thing you should consider installing is a heated towel rail radiator. They’re obviously practical, but they also add interest to the room, without taking up too much space. Chrome heated towel rail radiators look great in both older and newer properties, while white towel rails are perfect for smaller bathrooms.
A feature of most luxurious hotels and boutiques is the addition of an impressive shower. From large fixed shower heads that create that rainforest feel, to digital showers that allow users to regulate water temperature and pressure.
And for those final luxury touches, the addition of high-end soaps and lotions, and the odd scented candle, can really take your guest bathroom design to the next level.