Bathroom / April 15, 2018 / .
No matter the bathroom you are designing, it is vital to get the layout right. There are many factors that make up a good layout so when planning your perfect bathroom, consider the little details; how much space is between the toilet, vanity and shower? Is there sample room to move around and dry yourself? Do your doors have enough space to open and close? These little things will all come together to create the perfect bathroom layout.
Depending on how much space you have and how much pain in the neck you want to have with maintenance, you can opt either for a wall-mounted or a floor-mounted toilet. The function is the same of course, and both have their ups and downs. If you do not want to struggle with a lot of cleaning and want to save up on space, go for the wall-mounted toilet; it is a bit more complicated and costly to install but the results will be worth it.
Once our team decide on a layout with a customer, we recommend compiling a wish list of features, taking into consideration the practical requirements for each room. Thinking about the number of people the bathroom will accommodate will help you decide practical touches such as the need for double basins or showerheads, storage requirements and the number of towel rails in each bathroom.
Certain ornamental elements have the ability to give a bathroom a luxurious look, even if the room is not particularly spacious or if it does not have floor-to-ceiling windows and panoramic views. For example, an ornate mirror, a sculptural chair, etc. A combination of onyx and marble was used here to give this bathroom its unique and sophisticated appearance. However, this is not a look that suits all styles and it best left for traditional homes.