Having guests over can be nerve-wracking at times. As hosts, you naturally want to make sure their stay is pleasant and comfortable. There are several ways to spruce up your home, but don’t forget the single most important factor in a guest’s stay: comfort.
In particular, the bathroom experience tends to make or break a guest’s stay. But there are many ways to improve this space.
Add Some Windows
Don’t underestimate the benefits of sunlight. Natural lighting can improve your guests’ mood and make your bathroom seem bigger – an important benefit, considering bathrooms are usually the smallest part of the house.
We understand some homeowners might be reluctant to install windows in their bathroom due to privacy concerns. However, they can simply add drapes or install frosted-glass windows to strike a balance between privacy and natural lighting.
Some people like to take their time in the bathroom. And, who can blame them? Long, warm showers can be relaxing. You can make it even more relaxing for your guests by installing shower benches. Just make sure the bench’s tiles match the rest of your bathroom.
Install an Underfloor Heating System
However, after a relaxing shower, your guests might be jolted awake by cold tile floors. Ceramic tiles, commonly used in kitchens and bathrooms, get cold in winter. Installing an underfloor heating system will help keep the bathroom experience comfortable.
Customizing Your Bathroom
Just keep in mind that one feature alone won’t upgrade your guests’ experience. To find out which features can make your guests’ stay more comfortable, consult one of your local design build companies.
Don’t forget to vet contractors before hiring them. It’ll take a lot of expertise to optimize a small bathroom so you’ll need to check their qualifications.
Fort Bend Builders, a proud member of the Texas and Greater Houston Association of Builders, offers whole-home remodeling services, including kitchen remodel services. To get in touch with one of our design experts, call us at (713) 714-1343, or fill out the form here. We serve homeowners in Katy, TX, as well as the surrounding communities.