Would like see opinion on ensuite design with bath. will prefer to have a sliding door
I know this has been very trendy. I am not sure how practical it is as the bathtub will get wet all the time.
plenty of space for a wide range of options and subject to any existing windows but best arrangement usually has handy place for towels and toilet rolls and cavity slider can sometimes create problems for plumbing and electrical wiring and hinged doors are better for sound and water proofing but a few options for you to consider and sure to be others i haven't thought about
Thanks Louise.. these are great! much appreciated!
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Swing door better for privacy and sound, noting not just bathroom sounds but the sliding is noisy. Opt4 from OKL my pref.
I really like Opt4 as well.. the only concern is the bath i am looking at is 1650mm x 740mm.. not sure there is enough room/clearance around the bath.
Have you seen those bathrooms with the wet area that includes the bath and the shower is next to it? Could do something like that? I’ll find a photo...
R u using a freestanding bath, back to wall or built in?
Freestanding bath.. something similar to this
Aren’t baths designed to be wet all the time though...? Particularly with a design like that one as it’s just freestanding, splashed water would fall down the sides.Not saying you should use that plan, just addressing the bath getting wet thought
Beautiful bath needs pride of place opp door. Freestanding baths take a lot of space so have to compromise somewhere else,So I would go opt 3 but swap bath and shower location and cut shower back to 1200 x 900 which is more than ample.Opt 4 if you want the bigger shower but cut vanity back to 1200 which is not as great for a family bath.
How about this?
- single shower screen
- east facing large window
- maybe a HL window above the bathtub/shower
is this bathroom mean to be included in the full house plan that you've posted?
@oklouise, yes. it is part of the full house plan.
number 4 on oklouises design