The Most Out Of Your Half Bath

A half bath is one of those rooms in the home that you’re glad to have, but one you’re either not sure how to decorate or how to us the space to its full potential. Powder rooms come in all different shapes and sizes. You’ll be glad to know that size doesn’t matter with the tips I’m going to offer up.

While it may not be as great as your master bath, a half bath is one space that’ll get seen and used by all, including guests. Let this room be your chance to set the tone for the rest of your home and make it amazing. See tips for making the most out of your half bath and how to make your dream powder room a reality.

The number one goal for your powder room is to make sure that whatever changes you apply will make it more functional. Zero in on determining the purpose of the room, including for family and guests. At a minimum, your powder room should have a toilet, sink and mirror. Installing a vessel sink will give you extra counter space, while a dresser vanity provides more storage room. Also, make use of the space outside the door with items such as a bench, bookshelf or storage closet. These are little adjustments that’ll help you get the most out of the room.

Although I like to save time and money too, I also realize that there are benefits that come with investing. The kitchen and bathrooms should get the most tender, love and care in all homes. They’re the most important rooms for raising resale value and they attract the most foot traffic. Your half bath is one room where it’s okay to go the extra mile. Updates, upgrades and fine materials go a long way.