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How I Transformed my Guest Bathroom

In my last few blog posts, I’ve invited you all into my Little Lodge and showed you everything that I’ve done to transform a dark corridor of empty rooms into a beautiful short-term holiday rental that my guests can truly enjoy.

I’ve shown you my open-planned kitchen, the living room and romantic bedroom. This week, I’ll be sharing the last room of the Little Lodge – the bathroom!

For this, I wanted to create a space that would make you want to spend hours chilling in a bubble bath until your fingers turned wrinkly.

Super relaxing and calm, so it was almost like a home away from home.

The bathroom was a huge project for me because I knew exactly what design and colour palette I wanted, I just needed to find my favourite pieces to make up the room.

I began the hunt for a large shower (large enough to walk into, but not too large that it became a wet room…), and a bathtub that was a certain shape so you could just sink in it, and a certain depth so you could hide in it.

I told you I had the perfect vision!

To keep everything else looking clean and minimal against a large shower and bath, I chose Autentico Versante Matt in Roman White to coat the walls. This formula not only has a built-in water membrane for moisture www.ncmh.info/xanax-alprazolam-anxiety-panic-disorder/ control, but is completely scratch resistance and has a UV filter that ensures long lasting colour pigment for up to 5 years. Making it the perfect paint for bathroom walls.

The rest of the room is finished with smooth tiles that have a textured finish, that can be wiped down easily and maintains a minimal feel for this space.

I chose light-toned wooden flooring to bring a fresh and spacious feel whilst still maintaining a natural colour palette. The room looks lovely and bright!

I added simple ornaments onto the windowsill and sink basin, which can be used as storage when my guests arrive – such as a large bowl that could hold skincare products.

The ‘hole-in-the-wall’ is also a great feature to add in extra storage without taking up too much space. If this bathroom was used all year round, I would keep my body wash and lotions here, but as this is a guest bathroom, I have added a statue that injects interest and sophistication.

I spent a lot of time designing this bathroom and I am so beyond happy with the outcome. I absolutely love it and hope you do too!

Thank you for following the journey of my Little Lodge.

I’m almost tempted to move into it myself.

To transform your own home, head to Interior-Colour to pick up your favourite colours.


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