Page 6 - Ultimate Bathroom Planning Guide
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DREAMING ABOUT A NEW BATH?
Designing for Your Space
Planning an ef cient layout and following recommended design guidelines can help ensure that you end up with a stylish bathroom that’s safe, functional, and comfortable.
Floor Plan Ideas
Use these sample  oor plans to gather ideas about placement of elements. Whatever the size of your bath, keep in mind that the more walls that contain plumbing pipes, the higher the price tag. If budget is a concern, limit plumbing  xtures to one wall; for the greatest design  exibility, opt for a three-wall layout.
Are you working with limited square footage? Be sure to ask your showroom consultant about space-saving tips.
10x12
POSH PLUS BATH
This plan has it all: a separate shower, a corner tub under windows, a double vanity, and a private toilet compartment.
DOUBLE THE COMFORT
Are you planning a master bathroom that can easily accommodate two users during the morning rush hour? Consider including a separate shower—or better yet, a walk-in shower with multiple showerheads. Install dual vanities on separate walls to enhance convenience, and include the toilet in a private enclosure.
10x5
THREE-QUARTER BATH (NO TUB)
All plumbing on the same
wall saves labor and supply expenses. With only one sink and a shower, this is a popular and hardworking plan.
FULL BATH
A tub/shower combination
is a good choice for many baths. The tub’s end wall and the way the door opens help keep the toilet separate from the rest of the space. There is room for a long vanity with two sinks.
POSH BATH
The large tub is framed by an alcove with end shelves, and the double vanity saves space with shallow ends. The walk-in shower saves money because it doesn’t
10x8
9x11 require a door.
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