Jul 02, 2020 12:20 pm
Hi I have a small bathroom with a shower over tub which we hate (spare bath downstairs anyway) We want to move things around to get a better flow of things. We current have a seperate shower and vanity (1650mm x 2650mm) and toilet ( 900mmx1500mm. We were thinking of combining the 2 for a better flow (see attached plans) but will have to move plumbing ( standing height access underneth on timber floor.) My builder said its not worth it and now Im confused what to do. I have agonized so much on how to make this small space work. Thoughts?
Re: Design of small bathroom.2
Jul 04, 2020 1:24 am
Can you build out/move toilet door forward to make the combined space more of a square? Then keep the toilet/vanity/shower in current configuration so plumbing wouldn’t have to change. But would give you so much more space and you could have a larger vanity?
Maybe ask the builder what changes you could make that wouldn’t cost so much but would give you something that you’d want?
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Jul 31, 2020 2:46 pm
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