In home decorating, bathroom design and layout is not as easy as we imagined, and there is a lot of skill to be found here. If not managed properly, it will have a significant impact on quality of life in future. What I want to share with you today is about layout of bathroom and how to design it to avoid a lot of unnecessary hassle?
1. Rational use of walls
The largest area of a bathroom is neither floor nor top surface, but wall surface, which is often overlooked in finishing. In fact, there is still quite a lot of usable space in bathroom. For example, when decorating a niche, obligatory design is relatively simple. If wall is thick enough and not load-bearing, just hollow out part of wall and then install tiles.
2. Wall-mounted bathroom cabinet
Hinged cabinets are installed in bathroom, which are installed in wall space and separated from floor. The bathroom cabinet combo can not only meet our general laundry needs, but also realize large-capacity toiletry storage.
3. Skip bath
Installing a bathtub in a bathroom can be an idea that everyone will have before renovating, it's very nice to think about it when you get home after a busy day and take a comfortable bath. But if bathroom is relatively small, it really does not need to be installed, it takes up space and is not easy to clean.
4. Waterproof bathroom tape
The rational use of bathroom moisture-retaining strips can effectively separate wet and dry water in bathroom. If you don't have a completely separate bathroom/toilet structure in your home and you feel like glass partition looks messy, you may want to consider a combination of water retaining slats and a shower curtain.
5. Bathroom shelf
There are usually two types of bathroom shelving: floor shelving or toilet and washing machine shelving. It can effectively use space, place green plants and store toiletries. The other is a wall shelf commonly used in hotels. Put some shampoo, shower gel or toiletries, very convenient to take.