Finishing small bathrooms has always been a big problem, not only owners are crazy, but even designers have a headache. Small-sized bathrooms, as a rule, do not differ in large sizes, but now it is most practical to separate a dry and wet bathroom, so topic is on way, how to create a dry and wet separation scheme if there is not enough space? Look here, editor will give you a trick, three tricks will do it!
In modern life, it is more practical to separate dry and wet toilets.
If bathroom itself is rectangular, it can be made three-tiered, a set of glass partitions is simply designed in shower area, which does not affect overall openness of space and supports partition. there is not enough space, you can use a shower curtain.
As in reality, such a rectangular bathroom suits many.
It can also be a stone partition or a shower curtain.
This is traditional division into dry and wet. The sink is designed directly outside bathroom, using a walk-through space. This is also called complete dry/wet separation.
This is a square bathroom and you can see location of dry and wet separations in these diagrams.
The layout of square bathroom is also relatively good. These are real scenes done according to layout above and it is also very suitable for many small bathrooms.
The space is small, and all partitions can be made of glass, divided into three different parts, and a division into four styles can be achieved.
Even directly use a shower curtain to separate entire bathroom. When shower curtain is open, entire space still maintains an open layout. You can follow this plan to create a dry and wet separation~