One of the most popular places where homeowners become inspired to renovate their bathroom décor is after a visit to a beautiful hotel or resort, and it’s not too hard to imagine why. Hotel bathrooms—especially upscale hotel or luxury resort properties, can be incredibly well-appointed, with décor designed by high-profile artists and interior designers.
As one of the area’s leading bathroom remodeling companies, US Bath Systems is dedicated to providing our customers with personalized design services for gorgeous bathroom renovations of all kinds. We’ve noticed that many of our customers bring us photographs or design schemes from hotel rooms they’ve visited to give us an idea of what they want in their bathroom remodels, and are always ready to incorporate hotel-inspired features into our custom designs.If you’ve been searching for inspiration for your upcoming renovation, and are interested in redesigning your space to mimic a gorgeously designed hotel guest room or suite, you’re in the right place. In this article, our expert team of design specialists from US Bath Systems will reveal some simple but effective tips we’ve learned from some of the world’s most exquisitely designed hotel bathrooms, and how you can use them to create the bathroom of your dreams.
Hiding the Toilet Bowl
Let’s face it—the toilet should not be a central focus of your bathroom space. Not only should a toilet be placed in a private and convenient area of the bathroom, but it can also help to keep it out of view from the entryway as much as possible.
This can be achieved by hiding the toilet area behind a wall or a partition. If you don’t have the budget for a framed wall, you can use a piece of furniture such as a dresser or an armoire to create this barrier. By keeping the toilet out of sight, you’ll add class, comfort, and privacy to the entire space.
Choosing the Best Surfaces
When choosing your bathroom’s surfaces, you should not only consider the aesthetic appeal of the tiles, countertops, wall surrounds, and flooring, but also the durability of the materials used. Porcelain, granite, and quartz are an elegant touch used in many upscale hotels, which add luxury and stunning beauty to your bathroom space.
Another option that’s quickly gaining popularity in hotels, resorts,and residential and commercial properties is acrylic. Top-quality acrylic materials mimic the beauty and elegance of more expensive materials like granite, porcelain, and quartz, and even marble—without the high costs or maintenance requirements of these other hard-to-clean materials.It’s also very affordable and built to last a lifetime with minimal upkeep.
Focus on the Vanity
While you wouldn’t want the toilet area to serve as the central focal point for your bathroom area, the vanity and the mirror are a different story. Be sure to create enough space for a beautiful, striking vanity area in your design to attract the eye’s attention from the entry of your bathroom.
Maximize Your Space
One of the most important features that upscale hotel rooms have in common is wide, open spaces—especially in the bathroom area. Larger bathrooms are always more luxurious than small, tight ones, and this goes for bathroom remodels in the home as well. Professional bathroom remodelers will know what to do to enlarge your bathroom space or to create the illusion of more space if expanding the square footage is not possible.
When it comes to lighting, bathroom remodeling experts recommend different layers of illumination including ceiling fixtures, sconces, vertical lighting strips.You can also use dimmer switches so that you can adjust the levels of light depending on your needs and mood.
Your Trusted Bathroom Remodeling Company
Whether you need a total floor-to-ceiling bathroom renovation or minor bathroom upgrades here and there, US Bath Systems is at your service! We can provide a comprehensive bathroom remodeling service and take care of redesigning your entire bath space to look like a hotel bathroom all at a reasonable rate.
If you want to transform your home today with a bathroom remodel, fill out this online form or call US Bath Systems today for a free in-home estimate.