By Eric Richard. Bathroom. Published at Wednesday, April 04th, 2018 - 14:18:01 PM.
The most common bathroom layout is the single plumbed wall. All fixtures are lined up and served from one compact source of drains, water supplies and venting. This saves on plumbing installation and provides efficient distribution of heated water, especially when the wall is near a water heater. These walls need to be constructed of 2-by-6 studs, rather than 2-by-4s, mainly to accommodate the larger vent stack for the toilet. Even if your home has a large master bath, it likely has at least one bathroom elsewhere in the house that’s arranged this way.
Vanities aren’t just for looks. Get one too big and you could mess up your bathroom’s traffic routes. Too small and you’ll be scrambling for more countertop space and storage. Pick the wrong material and you could have maintenance issues on your hands.
Notice that a shower curtain or door has not been installed in this bathroom yet. Carefully consider which you choose. For example, a shower curtain might make taking a bath more comfortable, but a clear glass shower door might make the room feel larger.
Don’t let your small bathroom limit your dreams or creativity. There have been plenty of homeowners and designers who have done amazing transformations with spaces most Americans would consider a small bathroom.
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