Each zone within your bathroom serves a different purpose; the toilet, the shower, the sink and the vanity all have important roles to play, and displaying these zones as the independent functions that they are can be a great way to promote bathroom privacy without compromising style.
Here are a few ideas to help you plan the perfect bathroom:
- Walls and doors: Using walls or sliding doors to separate the toilet from the rest of the room is the most common way to increase bathroom privacy, but can be done in not-so-common ways, too, like using glass walls or shelving.
- Half walls: Half walls are good for bathrooms that don’t have a lot of room to spare. They can separate the toilet from the rest of the room without closing it off thus maintaining a more “open” feel.
- Plants and sculptures: If you’d like something a bit more unique, you may consider using tall plants or sculptures to keep your toilet separate. This bathroom design trend will be both relaxing and inspiring, and may even help purify the air.
The bathroom is where that people relax, relieve, and renew in the most private of settings, and the unique function of this room should not go unappreciated.
If you’ve been planning your dream bathroom, contact Gelotte Hommas Architecture and let us help make your dream a reality.