Most people pay little attention to their downstairs toilet, after all its just a toilet, and most the time it is the smallest room in the house. However, it can be a pretty important and useful room, one obvious advantage is it means guests never have to adventure upstairs if you don’t want them to. These days most newly built houses have a downstairs toilet already, but older properties generally have to fit a toilet into their under stairs space, or utility areas.
When it comes to decor most people just give the toilet area a lick of paint and a mirror and leave it at that, yet there is no reason the toilet can’t be as lavish as the rest of your house, there are no rules to what you can do, the only limit is your imagination. Another bonus of this wonderful small space is that even with a limited budget you can make it amazing. Go for that expensive wall paper as you probably will only need one roll, get those amazing tiles as you won’t need too many, and while you are at it, decorate that ceiling too!
Don’t worry just because it is a small space doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty of space boosting tricks you can use to make better use of the limited area. You can’t make the room any bigger but you certainly can make it more efficient. Here are some ideas on how to make your downstairs toilet more amazing.
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Many people are now working for themselves, or having to work from home these days. However working from a laptop on your knee, or hunched over a breakfast bar/dining table is not ideal. That is where a micro desk could be the perfect solution, they don’t take up too much space, and provide an area solely for you to work.
Here are some ideas on how to create your micro desk:
Got some little cove areas in your home that aren’t much use for anything else, then create a desk to work at with shelves to store your work on.
Instead of a seat in that window pop a desk in there, not only is fairly spacious but there is plenty of light too.
Want a desk that you can close away? Then why not convert a wardrobe or store cupboard.
This handy little desk fixes to your wall and folds away, what a fab idea!
You don’t have to take up a chunk of the room with how small laptops are these days, a simple shelf around the edge of the room works.
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