The best bathroom layout can be a somewhat elusive design concept, primarily because the ideal bathroom layout is going to be completely different for each family and existing bathroom space. It can be hard to know, in the midst of designing the ideal space, if what works on paper will actually work in real life. Realizing this, there are some factors to seriously consider before redoing your entire bathroom layout. These factors will help you create a bathroom layout and overall space that will most likely fit the functionality and form requirements of your household. Actually, the best bathroom layouts are the best because they‘re thoughtful and deliberate.
Particularly where the bathroom is concerned, form follows function. In other words, a photographically beautiful bathroom will do little good and be little appreciated if it doesn‘t meet with the functionality requirements of its users. For example, barn doors on a small master bath may be just the thing to maximize space in both the bathroom and the bedroom.
Ideally, a large shower window or glass wall would open up the bathroom to a private garden. This way privacy is not an issue and you can also control exactly what you see from in there and you can create a very zen and fresh decor. What if you want natural light in your shower/ bathroom but there's no way you can make a full-height window work? Perhaps a skylight can be an option or perhaps you could opt for a long, horizontal window just under the ceiling. It`s hight enough to offer total privacy and to let you have solid walls but it still serves as a source of natural light.
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