Even though a guest toilet is usually quite small, there is no reason it shouldn’t be big on style. It is a great addition to your house if your friends stay overnight from time to time. If it would be near their room they won’t wonder in the dark looking for it stumbling on your precious furniture.
We want to share some things you need to have in mind when you’re designing a guest toilet. It require no storage, natural light is not usually a priority so all you need there are a toilet itself, a small sink and a single chandelier. Although you might want to decorate it with style. Cool wallpapers, a fancy sink, a gorgeous chandelier and probably a small under-sink cupboard are things you need to choose. We’ve gathered for you a bunch of guest toilet designs to help you choose.
Printed wallpaper is a hot idea to decorate walls and guest toilets are no exception – you may go for any you like to make this small space stand out. You can go for a statement wall done with wallpaper and go for shiplap and paneling on the other walls or mix up wallpaper with tiles or with something else that you like. Concrete walls are nice for minimalist and industrial spaces, and tiles may be creative, too – wood or stone inspired ones. Create any combos that fit your guest toilet style and colors.
Furniture And Appliances
The only furniture piece you usually see in a guest toilet is a vanity, though it may be absent, too. A vanity should be very sleek, wall-mounted or lightweight. You may skip the vanity and go for a wall-mounted sink in case the space is small. If you need some storage spaces, go for open shelves, use your vanity or make a built-in unit somewhere in the walls. If you have a large guest toilet, then you may incorporate a large cabinet for storage or go for a large vanity with plenty of storage space inside.
Lights And Decor
We usually don’t see windows in guest toilets though there may be some with frosted glass, which means that you won’t have much light in here, so pay attention to the lights. Built-in ones are always great for small spaces, though if you want, you may go for pendant lamps or even chandeliers that fit your toilet style. As for decor, you may try a gallery wall, potted plants, signs and maybe a mirror in the frame that matches the style. Add baskets for storage if there’s enough space or go for boxes on the shelves over the toilet. Get inspired!