Joe Fremont, Executive Chronicles | Choosing the right bathroom configuration is one of the biggest when building or renovating a house. When done right, a bathroom tailored to our own preferences can give our home with a fresh look or even a complete transformation. However, with a number of varieties to choose from such as the styles, sizes, shapes, and materials, choosing the right bathroom can also be a challenging task.
To help you out, here are the key takeaways from the infographic below from Luxury Commercial Bath, which listed down the different types of bathroom and how each one caters to a different sense of taste of prospective home owners and renovators.
- Master Bathroom
The master bathroom, as the name implies, is a full bath that adjoins to the master bedroom. It often includes double vanities with sinks and mirrors, a toilet in a separate compartment, sauna or steam shower, a whirlpool tub, storage for linens, and other amenities which provide maximum comfort to the owner of the house.
- Full Bathroom
This type of bathroom configuration is used amongst the whole family, making it one of the busiest parts of the house. That is the same reason why it should be strategically positioned so that everyone can access it with ease.
It is often equipped with a large vanity and enough space to keep toiletries and linens in place. This type of bathroom requires consideration of the size of the household and of the floor area of the house.
- Three-Quarter Bathroom
A three-quarter bathroom covers just the basics: a toilet, sink, and shower. This is often used in houses with limited space like studio units or one-bedroom condominium units.
- Powder Room
The smallest type of bathroom and is designed to cater large families who are in need of extra facilities. They are also used as a guest bathroom,
To learn more, check out the infographic below.