Magnolia – Design & Build

Bathroom Renovation Types

Guest Bathrooms

designated for use by guests

Guest Bathrooms

A guest bathroom is a bathroom that is designated for use by guests in a home or building. It is typically located near common areas such as the living room or hallway, rather than being attached to a specific bedroom. A guest bathroom is designed to be functional and welcoming, and often includes a sink, toilet, and shower or bathtub. The bathroom is equipped with the necessary amenities such as towels, soap, and toilet paper, and is typically kept clean and well-stocked for the convenience of guests. The presence of a guest bathroom is often seen as a sign of hospitality and can make guests feel more comfortable during their stay.

welcoming for guests

Building a Guest Bathroom

Here are the general steps for building a guest bathroom:

Planning and design:

Determine the size and layout of the bathroom, the type of fixtures to be installed, the type of flooring and wall coverings, and the location of plumbing and electrical connections.

Demolition and preparation:

Remove any existing fixtures or walls if necessary, and prepare the area for construction by ensuring that it is level, clean, and free of debris.

Plumbing and electrical work

Install new plumbing and electrical connections as needed to accommodate the guest bathroom. This may include installing a new toilet, sink, shower or bathtub, and any other fixtures.

Framing and drywall

Frame the walls of the bathroom and install drywall or other wall coverings.


Install the flooring of the bathroom, which may include tiles, hardwood, or other materials.

Fixtures and finishes

Install fixtures such as the toilet, sink, shower or bathtub, and any additional amenities.


 Finish the bathroom by adding decorations such as towels, curtains, and artwork. The goal is to create a welcoming and inviting space for guests to use.