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Bathroom Layout Guide

BATHROOM LAYOUT GUIDE Aside from the bedroom, there is no doubt that the bath is the only other place where we can be comfortable with ourselves. It is also where most of us start and end our day. Since the average bath is usually relegated to a relatively small amount of space, a proper layout is needed so that the location of features allow for ease and efficiency of movement. HALF BATH (Sink and Toilet) This is typically a small space outfitted only with a sink and a toilet. It is often called a "powder room" and is generally located near the front entry or another public area. 4'6" to 5'-0" Light tones and colors help give the appearance of space. |Large format tiles on the floors and walls can create a seamless visual effect. Floating vanities and toilets keep the line of the tiles unbroken. Use small pieces of pottery designed specifically for corners to further create an illusion of space. creating a perception of space. 5'-6" 6'-0" to 7'-0" * Always ensure that the internal walls are sturdy enough to support fittings. 5'-6" THREE QUARTER BATH (Sink, Toilet, and Shower) This is a bath that does not include a bathtub, but does have a shower, a sink and a toilet. Three-quarter bathrooms are generally considered an ideal second bath. 7'-6" to 8'-0" Avoid adding too many elements as this |A lighted, mirrored shaving niche is a good addition in your shower stal. can cause visual clutter. o Corner or pentangle shower enclosures will fit better in smaller areas, while Bi-fold and in-slide doors allow access without obstructing the rest of the room. 7'-6" to 8'-0" 7'-6" to 8'-0" 7'-6" to 8'-0" FULL BATH (Sink, Toilet, and Bathtub/Shower) This type of bath is often located off the hall serving adjacent bedrooms, and is big enough to accommodate a bathtub. 7'-0" to 8'-0" Take advantage of the space between wall studs by recessing a tall storage cabinet into the wall. This will maximize storage while | saving floor space. Use only tempered or safety glass for all glass doors and partitions. | Bigger isn't always better when buying a bathtub. Sit in it first before buying to see if it is adequate, then consider the | space you'll be installing it in. Invest a high quality toilet, since toilet renovations are 7'-6" to 8'-6" 7'-6" to 8'-6" expensive and involve a lot work. Models with elongated bowls and seats are usually the most comfortable. MASTER BATHROOM (Two Sinks, Toilet, and Bathtub/Shower) The master bath is part of the master suite and is intended for private use of the bedroom occupants. It can include a separate shower and tub, two sinks and a toilet. 3'-0" 5'-0" |Take advantage of space between wall studs by recessing a tall storage cabinet into the wall to maximize storage while saving floor space. A bath with multiple users can have a vanity with two sinks, or even separate bathroom vanities for more space and flexibility. Partitions can be used to define areas within the bath, such as toilet area and the shower area. 3'-0" 4" 5'-0" to 6'-0" 5'-0" 5'-0" A bathroom located in between two bedrooms is called a "Jack and Jill" Note: The measures are only indicative and may vary according to fixtures and arrangement of space. f Glass TILE Courtesy of: @glasstilestore STORE.COM O Produced by 7'-0" to 7'-6" 4'-6" to 5'-6" 4'-6" to 5'-0" 4'-6" to 5'-6" .9-.2 01 .0-.2 2'-6" to 3'-0" .9-.9 01 „9-.9 5'-0" to 5'-6" 7'-0" to 7'-6" .9-.9 01 .9-9

Bathroom Layout Guide

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Baths come in different dimensions and shapes. However, to have a comfortable and efficiently functioning one, its layout needs to be carefully considered. Let’s take a look at the different kinds o...


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