Taking the Guess work out of a Guest WC

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Here are three easy steps to use when you are giving out tips on creating a great guest loo…

 1. Wow them with a feature
Because the guest toilet is traditionally long and narrow and doesn’t consist of much more than a toilet, basin, tiles and a light fitting, you need to choose wisely how you want to focus people’s attention. How about a feature mosaic? Pattern mosaic will do well in this small space and not be too overwhelming. The other option often chosen is a freestanding basin and tap combination when you happen to have the space available.

 2. Keep it simple silly

When it comes to a small space and trying to fit the necessary amenities in, it is important not to overload the space with ornaments and other aesthetics. Instead, you should be thinking functional AND beautiful. Go for the decorative soap dispenser, the flashy light fitting and the textile blinds in order to add the interest and intrigue that you wish for the guest toilet.

3. It’s a small space, so splash out.

It doesn’t take many square meters of tiles to impress in a small space like this. You can afford to tiles this space from floor to ceiling. And it doesn’t even be the same tiles you’ve chosen in the main bathrooms. Choose a mosaic tile that is suitable for wall and floor and tile, tile, tile. You can play around with colour grout too…”


Double Glazed Glass Mosaic