By . Bathroom. Published at Thursday, May 03rd, 2018 - 12:18:18 PM.
There is nothing in the Building Regulations to say how big your bathroom must be, however, if it is to be used by the whole family, begin with the idea that 4.5 metre square provides a minimum comfortable space and build on it. While it is tempting to skip a bath, this is not a good idea in a family room. Standard rectangular baths measure 170x70cm, but if you want to save on space without compromising on bathing area, consider a corner model note that you need a minimum of 100cm in front of a bath.
Ceramic surface is slick and shiny legitimate use in the bathroom. However, only for areas with dry character. For example, a toilet or vanity. Well, in order to reduce the hard work in cleaning, divide the bathroom floor into wet and dry areas.
Avoid a tight shower enclosure in a family bathroom far better to have either a wetroom style set up, or a single screen to divide the showering area. And remember, while fixed overhead showers look great, including an additional handheld shower makes for easier hosing down of children.
The most important tip I can share with you is to keep it simple and resist cramming too much in. It is really important to think about the space. Many people seem to imagine that they can fill a tiny room with twin basins, WC, bath and shower, etc. leaving no space to even turn around, let alone dry yourself.
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