Your toilet is the first thing you see when you enter your home, well, at least when you enter through the back door, so it should make a good first impression. Of course, it must also be functional. How do you create a room designed for the beach dirty shoes, all your bulky clothes and accessories for elegant looking pets? Trust us, it is possible. No matter how much space you are working, we have ideas on how to make your toilet as elegant as the rest of the house. Read on to see twenty bathroom ideas directly from interior designers. Real estate property
- Get organized
This mud room designed by Emily Henderson has a really impressive organizational system. The hooks next to the door are straps and necklaces, while human accessories can be hung on the seat, perfect for taking off your shoes. Then, the top shelf on the bench is for garden supplies, and everything else is on the built-in shelves.
- Back scale
If you don’t have a large bathroom, don’t worry: Heidi Caillier designed a small makeshift bathroom in a small corner near the back entrance and raised it with custom carpentry, new pillows and a beautiful wallpaper.
- Add a sink
If your bathroom is technically your own building or separate room, meanwhile, design it to serve as a double service as a garden or greenhouse shed. A skylight will work wonders and is a good alternative to a greenhouse if there is no space to build in the yard. This mud bath designed by Jeanette Whitson looks more like a greenhouse.
- Ignore furniture
Having a seat in a mud bath is great, but if it’s going to obstruct the aisles and dirty the visual flow, skip it. Just add some hooks on the wall and you are ready. Here, Leanne For spreads them evenly in two rows along the wall.
- Opt for a Dutch door
Dutch doors are great because they work more like a door, each half opening and closing independently. This means that you can use it as a window without worrying about children or animals leaving, or as a door to allow animals in and out.