Planning the layout of your bathroom is not an easy task to do, especially if you wanted to remodel your old one. Depending on the scale and shape of your bathroom layout, there are going to be numerous factors to consider. Measure your bathroom and considering the layout and the size is the key to achieve it. This will help you understand what layout options that are possible and what fixtures will fit comfortably to your space. Discover the best layouts of your own that will soothe you after a long day below!
There are 4 components in the bathroom: toilet, sink, shower and bathtub. And when those four components are combined, it is considered to be a full bathroom. Most homes will have at least one full bathroom. A full bathroom is versatile and valuable, packing many functions into a relatively small space, but it is also perfect for large space.
Half Bathroom or powder room
Half-baths are more brief and limited use by visitors. They will use it to wash up without entering the bedroom areas, giving the homeowner additional privacy. Powder room contains of toilet and sink. Depending on where these two fixtures are positioned in the space, you might be looking for a space with either a linear, single wall or split design plan.
This type of bathroom is typically connected to a master bedroom and is usually larger in size than other bathrooms in the home. It may include a double vanity, separate shower and bathtub, and a large walk-in closet. Master bathroom is typically the biggest and most private bathroom is a house and it can be found attached to the master bedroom. Many master bathroom consist of maximum relaxation such as sauna or steam shower, double vanities with sinks and mirror, whirlpool tub with soothing jets, linen storage, or even semi-enclosed toilet for maximum privacy.
Quarter bathroom, or often called utility closets or utility showers is a small room that contains either a shower stall or a toilet. This bathrooms are sometimes found in the basement or lower levels of home. It is frequent in unfinished basements or workshops where the bathroom’s primary function is to meet a single need.
Jack and Jill Bathroom
Jack & Jill bathroom is positioned between two bedrooms and has two doors through which it can be entered from either bedroom. These bathrooms can feature one or two sinks, and include a tub or shower and a toilet. This type of bathroom layout allows for easy access for multiple people and provides privacy for each person using the bathroom. The design of Jack and Jill bathroom can vary from home to home, but the most common is that it contains two sinks and a shared shower or bathtub. Some of these bathrooms also have a shared toilet room.
A split bathroom, also known as a divided bathroom or “His and Hers” bathroom, is a type of bathroom layout that separates the toilet and shower/bathtub areas for increased privacy. This type of layout is often found in homes with multiple occupants or in master bathrooms. One side of the bathroom typically contains the toilet and sink, while the other side contains the shower or bathtub. This separation allows for multiple people to use the bathroom at the same time without feeling cramped or uncomfortable.
In some cases, this bathroom layout may also include a shared vanity area with double sinks that allows for both individuals to have their own sink and mirror while still maintaining a sense of privacy and separate space. This type of layout is very useful in larger master bedrooms where the bathroom is also part of the bedroom and it provides a good privacy solution while not compromising on space.
Corner Shower Bathroom
Corner shower bathrooms are typically seen as shower rooms or as part of a guest room. They feature a shower stall that can either be placed in the corner for the best use of space or in the center of the space if you aren’t tight on room. A corner shower can come in different shapes, typically square or triangle shape to fit in a corner and it can be either an enclosed shower or an open shower. It can also come with different features such as sliding or pivot door, built-in shelves, or bench seating.