Small bathrooms can't be showers, so how do you implement a dry/wet separation? In fact, separation of dry and wet water in bathroom is mainly to prevent splashing of water from bathtub into dry area. In fact, there are many ways to separate dry from wet. Today I will share with you several ways.
Dry and wet separation most often occurs in shower room, but as a rule, shower room is relatively large and not suitable for small toilets. However, some shower rooms that fold against a wall may be designed to fold when not in use. It is more suitable for small bathrooms.
2. Glass partition
The glass partition is a simple horizontal glass that separates dry and wet spaces of bathroom. The bathroom is usually rectangular or square. If bathroom is slender, a glass partition is very suitable.
3. Shower Curtain + Water Retaining Tape
If it's a very small bathroom, you can use water retaining strips + shower curtains so that dry and wet water can be easily separated. In addition, it is very convenient to change and wash shower curtain, but it should be noted that water-retaining strip must be directly pasted into tile during decoration, and cannot be attached directly to tile, as it will easily crack and fall off. turns off after a long time.
4. Take sink out
Place a cabinet under sink from outside: one to separate moisture and moisture, and other to save space. Thus, people inside go to toilet in morning, and people outside wash and brush their teeth without interfering with each other. There are many ways to separate dry and wet in small bathrooms, and there's always one that's right for you!