My main guest bathroom has a clawfoot tub and a surround type curtain.
I have been using a small IKEA flat rug in front of the toilet, and a shaggy bathroom rug (rubber backed mat actually) which I leave for guests on the edge of the clawfoot tub.
Almost nobody uses the tub, but the shower In the tub of course is used daily.
I need advice on whether I should eliminate the shaggy rug from the edge of the tub and instead use white towel-style bath mats.
One plus to the larger mat is that to use the shower you have to move the rug and there fore i am guaranteed that someone will NOT use my bare stained wood floor because it would be ‘too much trouble’ to pull the bath towel from a hook (for instance) and lay it down.
A plus for the towel mat is that it is easy to throw in the wash with guest towels and is probably nicer for guests than a mat that may be walked on every day for the few days they stay.
While this conundrum seems a little trite, I can assure you that the ‘point of contact’ a guest has in a bathroom can make-or-break a review.
Thoughts on this? What d I do?