First Floor Bathroom Layout

Deepti Tayal

Option One

Pro's 

  • Feature shower area (1000 x 800)

  • Lots of storage shelves

  • No wet room required

  • Great storage through-out  

  • Large mirror above vanity 

  • 1000 W x 400 D vanity with storage

  • Plumbing all hidden and can trail easily in boxing

  • Toilet can be turned onto the North wall if required

  • Towel rail in a great position for use and heating

Con's 

  • Window in the shower (maintenance and obscuring)

  • Door swing may need to be changed to feel more spacious on the right hand side of the space 

  • Great flow through-out this options (wet area to the right)

Option Two

Pro's 

  • Toilet is on the North wall requested

  • Better feeling of space in a wet room and easy to clean floor

  • Good size vanity unit (1200 x 400)

  • Great towel radiator positions for heat and use

  • Good feeling of space and light in the bathroom

  • Vanity and mirror above (1200 x 400)

  • Largest shower at 1200 x 800

Con's 

  • Less storage for a larger shower

  • Need to work tiles / tray around the odd corner

  • Shower still uses the shower window area

  • Wet room needs to be applied to save having the door 

  • Wet area encroaches on the rest of the room (with wet room)

Option Three

Pro's 

  • This is the lightest of the spaces

  • Both windows free (for maintenance and light)

  • Good for storage

  • Mirror above the 800 x 400 vanity 

  • Vanity has great natural light

  • Plumbing for toilet and basin hidden in boxing  

  • large feature shower area

Con's 

  • Basin a distance from the toilet (wet area between them)

  • Will need to be a wet room style space

  • storage is limited 

  • smaller vanity unit that other options

Option Four

Pro's 

  • Enclosed feature shower area

  • Toilet hidden from shower area

  • Good for storage

  • Mirror above the 800 x 400 vanity 

  • Vanity has great natural light

  • Plumbing for toilet and basin hidden in boxing  

  • Towel rad great position - as exiting the shower opposite

  • toilet is on the North wall requested 

Con's 

  • Basin a distance from the toilet (drying area between them)

  • The wall can appear as a barrier on entering the space

  • smaller vanity unit that other options

Option Five

Pro's 

  • The most storage of the options

  • Vanity is near the toilet (zoned areas)

  • Light great to both sides (one window needs obscuring)

  • Toilet is on the North wall

  • Entry to the rooms is clear so space will appear more inviting

  • Good access to the towel rail 

  • Wall can be around 1900 high to give a larger impression of space

  • Has a great feel to the space

Con's 

  • 600/700 walkway may feel tight 

  • Mirror can not been seen from shower or drying area

  • Feels like a longer route for the front bedroom to reach toilet and basin when not showering