Ever wondered why hotel bathrooms are usually better than your own? That’s because hotel designers understand that people in hotels want a relaxing experience as complete as possible.
You can steal all of the hotel bathroom styles you want if you choose from among the best full bathroom remodeling contractors. Here are some suggestions:
1. Stick to a Single Bold Color
No, it’s not overkill if you choose to go with only one bold color like red. As a matter of fact, hotels like the Salt of Palmar in Mauritius have red square tiles and not much else. And the bathrooms still look fantastic.
2. Combine Two Bold Colors
What’s better than one bold color? Two bold colors. Do your tiles a bold color like red, then top them with mustard tiles, like the bathrooms in the Firehouse Hotel in Los Angeles.
3. Combine the Tub and the Shower in One Room
That is, put the tub right beside the shower and a glass shower screen. Instead of asking your tub to shower remodelers to get rid of the tub altogether, just ask them to reposition the tub right next to a new shower.
4. Use Differing Patterns
While it’s more common to use only one pattern for continuity, your bathroom can be more stylish if you use two or three patterns: one for the floor tiles, one for the wall tiles, and another for the wall paint in other areas.
5. Use Subway Tile
For a more affordable redesign, use subway tile instead of more expensive options. When used properly, they can give your bathroom that classy vibe reminiscent of an old, luxurious hotel bathroom.
6. Marble and Brass
Marble and brass look good together, just take a look at a bathroom at the 11 Howard, New York City. A vanity with a marble countertop and a brass frame looks totally streamlined, especially if you have white walls and floors.
If you need help designing your bathroom, get in touch with Envy Home Services. We are one of the most trusted big and small bathroom renovation companies. We can give you more advice regarding your hotel-style bathroom project. Call us today at (888) 847-7954 toll-free, or fill out this form for an estimate.