I am looking for some advice please...
The powder size will be 1295 x 1500 once updated and I want the door to open inside. Do you think the powder and the bathroom size and layout looks ok? Any suggestions?
Your powder room is a bit too cosy for an inward opening door. I would steal a bit of space from your bathroom. You need to be precise about your toilet pan measurements - the toilet symbol shown by the draftsperson may not be an accurate representation of the size of the toilet pan that is selected. In these types of situations, millimetres are crucial.
Best of luck and remember that God is in the details, and never assume that others have checked the details.
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You could have the door inwards by having just a small hand basin where you currently have sink unit and turn the toilet around to sit next too it
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I have two powder rooms which are following sizes. You have to be aware that having the door opening inwards, you have to have enough room for people to get into the room without having to jump the toilet. In both my powder rooms there is plenty of room because of the length of the room.
1790mmx1360mm 720mm door opening inwards.
2170mmx1100mm 720mm door opening inwards.
great photo DR Retro.
Thank you @dreamer for the size and layout. The toilet that I have is in-wall and the powder room size is 1295 x 1500. With the toilet in wall, what's the minimum space you think will do?
Okay reading your comment again, you are saying the powder room will be 1500mm not 1300mm as shown.
I have measured the distance between toilet and door in my powder room which is the same set out as your plan.
when opening the door there is 260mm between door and toilet pan. Which works.
you are showing an, in wall cistern, which may be okay. but it may be very tight for some people to manoeuvre.
I agree, great picture Dr Retro.
"you have to have enough room for people to get into the room without having to jump the toilet"
LOL I remember using a public toilet somewhere where I was sure the designer forgot that detail.
What pan Sush?
I have some recollection of seeing one described as particularly short so suitable for limited space, I can't remember if it was on this website or a real estate website or a bathroomware website? But their dimensions do vary so it's worth checking.
Could you put the toilet against the wall next to the door (if the in wall cistern is on that can be beside the unit)?
Can you move the bathroom door to the other wall allowing the toilet door to move out?