If you plan on remodeling all the bathrooms in your home, the question arises, "do I have to make all of my bathrooms flow together, or can they all have their own characteristics and styles?" This is actually completely up to you, you may want them each to have their own style matching the adjacent rooms or having all bathrooms similar in style to create a consistent flow. If it's to keep it consistent, then try following these few tips:
1. Consider the bathrooms you are remodeling. Let's say you are remodeling your master bathroom, the hall bathroom, and the pool bathroom. You do want them to flow together nicely. You can do this pretty simple without making them look too similar, while giving them each there own tweak of a personal touch.
Let's start with the master bathroom because this usually requires the most attention. Consider basic tones and colors like white or grey. Consider white cabinets, marble quartz countertop, oil-rubbed bronze hardware and plumbing fixtures. This is a simple, modern design that will not go out of style. For the flooring, try and add a gray subway tile, maybe bigger tiles like 12" x 12". Bigger tiles will help make the space seem larger. Now to give the master bathroom a special touch, you can add a free standing soaker tub which is something you are probably not going to add into another bathroom. You can also consider adding a huge walk-in shower enclosure (depending on the size of your master bathroom) with some colorful tile accent to bring some brightness, color, and contrast to the simpler design if you so choose.
Moving to the hall bathroom which is probably just going to include a small vanity, toilet, and maybe a small shower enclosure if there is room. To make the bathrooms flow, stick with the same color design, white cabinets with marble-like quartz countertop, and the same oil-rubbed bronze fixtures. For the hall bathroom though to add a special touch consider painting the walls a nice pastel color, maybe a green or a blue. Pastel colors will make the space feel larger and not so closed off which is important in a smaller hall bathroom.
Finally, the pool bathroom. This is where people are going to come in after spending some time in the pool or on the pool deck, so a small vanity, toilet, and shower enclosure might be included. Again sticking with the same design aesthetic to keep with the flow, but add some beachy decorations or pictures, so people almost get the vibe they are on vacation when they walk into this bathroom. After all, they are coming from the pool so it is nice to keep that relaxed feeling.
Have you done this before in your home? Please share your tips and tricks in the comments! It helps our readers get plenty of ideas and feedback.