Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. bathroom. By Angelina Swanhild.
Bathroom Layout Tip 1: Assess bathroom users. As mentioned previously, it will serve you well to determine what the demographics of the bathroom's users will be. How many, how old/young, how tall/short, how flexible/inflexible on scheduled use relative to another's use of the bathroom, etc. This will help to determine the genuine best bathroom layout for the actual users, such as the number of sinks, the length of countertop, the number and size of drawers or cabinets, the bathing setup, etc.
A drop in standard tub size usually 60” long, 30” wide with 16” water depth. As usual, you can most likely find smaller and larger versions too. A drop in tub has no visible finished sides but its rim is however visible, in contrast with under-mount tubs. Since the tub is an essential part of the bathroom, it’s important to take your time and to choose the style and size that best suits you based on the shape you prefer, the material you choose, the weight of the tub as well as your bathing habits.
Having a full-height window in the shower is amazing as long as it doesn't compromises your privacy. Check out this amazing bathroom that we found on Lotosconstruction. Showering in here is like showering outside, in the middle of nature. A regular window placed at a safe hight can be an option too. You can basically enjoy a nice warm shower while looking out the window without feeling totally exposed. Also, this window is a really needed source of natural light for this bathroom.
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