Whether you’re remodeling or building, designing the perfect bathroom is an exciting and thoughtful process. To help bring your dream bath into focus, take time to assess your needs and devise an efficient layout. With a smart strategy in place, it’s easier to set a budget, hire contractors, and shop for beautiful finishes.
A functional floor plan is the key to building and remodeling success. To determine space-planning requirements, our designers will ask questions to shed light on how you’ll use the space. For an existing bath, assess the pros and cons of the current layout. For a new bath, think about how your dream space would function.
Three Quarter Bath (no tub)
With only one sink and a shower, this is a hardworking plan for a guest bathroom. All plumbing on the same wall saves labor and supply expenses. If visitors will use or see…
A tub/shower combination is a good choice for many baths, especially a space that may be used by children as well as adults. The tub’s end wall and the way the door opens is a…
When you need to share but space is limited, this layout makes perfect sense. The large tub is framed by an alcove with end shelves for added storage, and the double vanity…
For the ultimate bath, incorporate architectural elements, such as bay windows, to serve as a dramatic backdrop to a freestanding bathtub.
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