HELP! Im trying to draw up plans and ideas for our
walk in robe and ensuite. However the ensuite has to have a bath. it needs to fit in a space of 3.7 x 3.6m. Any ideas?
here is the floor plan.
I've got no design advice but your headline certainly caught my attention!
assuming that the window is fixed and entry has to be next to the old fireplace? with careful choice of fixtures something like this might suit but keep in mind that you could have a tiny freestanding bath or using a built in bath allows for a more generous size and/or having the wiw against the window and the ens in the other side would allow for a sliding glass door to enclose the shower and bath but that would reduce the amount of full height storage wall space
as usual there's so many different options and best choice will depend on your own priorities
Thanks Louise! This allows me to get a great visual. The aim is for it to feel spacious however I understand there’s a lot to fit in such a small space.
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Alternative Walk in Robe/Ensuite
Can I fit a separate shower and bath in this size ensuite?
Haha! Death tub. I better fix that. :P
Great plans. I like opt 3 with the seperate tub. Opt 4 note can’t hang toilet roll with a pocket door.
I’ve a cavity slider for our bathroom and have the toilet roll mounted like Opt 4. It’s fine, no problems. Wouldn’t do it for a towel rack though.
Just a quick note, Chris. A 1500mm bath is tiny, as Siriuskey has said. Fine for bathing littlies but squishy for those of us who enjoy a soak.
Depending on the size and position of the window, ie: will it get in the way of wall between the ensuite and robe, I suggest the following with the wall stopping approx 900 before it meets the window, this would then allow light and air from the window into both spaces
If you were to change the window this would be my choice, which would take the entrance away from the bed head?
Thanks! Love the examples. I'm kinda obsessed with this bathroom layout/ design but I know I'll have to sacrifice the WIR
for anyone concerned about hanging a toilet roll holder, towel or grabrail on a wall enclosing a cavity sliding door it can be done if planned in advance with appropriate reinforcements
The following might work for you, my walls are 100, plus you already have a robe in the bedroom
You could swap the shower and bath and slide the vanity to the outside wall so that you could still have a large window beside the bath, This would have the vanities off set to each other?
doesit have to have a bath because you don't have a bath elsewhere in the house and need one?Unless it's for bathing toddlers jamming one into a smallish ensuite isn't thing to create a very nice feeling. Is it for adult or kid use?
I’d would really love to have a relaxing bath in my ensuite. No kids. Just me!!!
then use the biggest bath for the available space and build everything else to fit
I just think if everything is jammed in tight it won't seem relaxing and you won't use it. When you consider what you use every day (vanities and shower) I wouldn't compromise them for a maybe-once-a-week-if-most dust catcher like a bath unless you had heaps of space.
A similar home to yours, they chose to have an ensuite without bath and a full bathroom with a bath.