Aquaris Display HomeContemporary Bathroom, Gold Coast - Tweed
What Houzz contributors are saying:
6. Not creating separate zonesWhen space is plentiful, I often see uninspiring and empty- looking bathrooms, with all the fixtures around the perimeter of the room and an empty space in the middle. Creating zones would have made these bathrooms far more functional and welcoming. Solution: If you have a large bathroom, consider dividing it into separate zones for the bath, shower, vanity and toilet. This may be as simple as putting a stud wall into the centre of the room. Creating zones will enhance your experience of the bathroom and make it feel more luxurious.
What sizes do tubs come in? They range from about 1,500 to 1,800 millimetres in length and 750 to 850 millimetres in width. Large baths often incorporate a centre-position waste (plug) as well as reclining back rests at both ends, making them comfortable and spacious enough for two people to bathe at once.