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Tips To Bathroom Layout Designs For A Larger And Modern Look Bathroom

November 10, 2007 by  
Filed under Bathrooms

Modern looking bathroom layout designs picture
photo courtesy of Peacock Cabinetry

Bathroom layout designs if made properly can turn your ordinary bathroom remodeling project turn into a spectacular result. Most of good bathroom plan designs involve making the maximum use of available space without overcrowding, using a strong central theme like an unusual lavatory faucet and drain set etc.

There are many bathroom design ideas depending upon whether you just want to upgrade a vanity or replace the toilet or do a complete makeover involving relocating plumbing and electrical lines or enlarging the area. You can take suggestions from some good bathroom design pictures in a good home improvement magazine before implementing your bathroom design ideas. You can also check out various designing websites to give you great ideas.

The first step is to prioritize the different aspects of bathroom layout designs. Almost every major fixture has its own set of requirements for wiring, plumbing and will also take some floor space. Decide what tops your list and accordingly go for those things as you might not get everything you want.

Next step is to sit with a pencil and paper and copy all the designs in your mind on the paper. This will help you to make your mind more clear and also tell you more about the practical aspects of implementing the designs. Keep the space considerations in your mind before designing anything.

It is easier to implement your bathroom layout designs for a new bathroom layout. But if you have to remodel your existing bathroom then just change the overall basic décor and install some new things. Since every family has its own requirement so instead of copying down some floor plan. Use some fundamentals of designs to develop a plan that works for you.

Here are some guidelines to help you in bathroom layout designs. A well-shaped bathroom is generally in the shape of either a square or a rectangle with no more length than twice its width. The bathroom should have a clear central area to wash and dry off, and the fixtures like tub and toilet should be located in niches around the edges.

Make sure that the bathroom is getting enough natural light. If the bathroom has just one window then make sure that it is illuminating the things that you see first when you enter the bathroom. Use the “intimacy gradient” for designing the floor plan and locate the most private parts of your bathroom farthest away from the door.

These are basic steps to ensure that your bathroom layout designs are a success and transform your existing bathroom or your newly constructed bathroom to an amazing structure.


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