We propose 6 examples of bathrooms with shower so you can discover the best form of distribution, and their plans.Advertising - Read on below A bathroom with a 5.8 m² shower
In this bathroom, almost 6 m², the shower went from wall to wall in front of the entrance door. Although it occupies a large area, it does not reduce space thanks to the glass screen and the floor, which is an extension of the bathroom floor. The toilet was placed on the left, and on the right, the bidet was located, which is hidden by the cabinet of the sink.
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This is your planAn orange bathroom of 4.60 m²
A screen with sliding doors facilitates access to a shower located in the corner. This is the case of this bathroom, of 4.60 m². The location of the entrance door and the window led to a distribution of the toilets on two parallel fronts: on one side, the sinks and on the other, the toilet and corner shower, with a screen with sliding leaves.Flat: An orange bathroom of 4.60 m²
This is your plan.A bathroom with fixed screen of 5.94 m²
The U-shaped distribution is suitable for the bathrooms that have the door in the center, since, when the toilets are attached along three walls, in the center there is a free space that conveys a feeling of relief. As in this bathroom, 5.94 m², in which under the window the bidet and the toilet were placed, in line. The sink was located in front of the door. On the right was a large format shower tray and a fixed-leaf glass screen, commissioned by a glassmaker.
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This is your plan.A black and white bathroom of 3.50 m²
With an online distribution and some visual effects, a small bathroom seems more spacious. In this, of 3.5 m², the sink and the toilet were located on the left wall, which has more depth, and in the end an extra-flat shower tray was placed, separated by a fixed glass sheet. Both the washbasin cabinet and the toilet - suspended and with a built-in cistern - seem to float.
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This is your plan.A bathroom with orange walls of 2.20 m²
A bathroom with window allows you to enjoy charming lighting. Therefore, the distribution should be adapted so that no element interrupts the entry of natural light. In this 2.20 m² bathroom, the work shower was placed at the bottom, next to the window, and became independent with a glass screen. Thus, the passage of light to the bidet and the toilet, facing each other, or to the sink, was not stopped, embedded in a piece of furniture that was placed to the left of the door.Plan: A bathroom with orange walls of 2.20 m²
This is your plan.A spacious bathroom of 11.55 m²
In very large spaces a shower tray can be placed in addition to a bathtub, although they do not have to be aligned. For example, in this attic space of 11.55 m², the inclination of the ceiling influenced the distribution of the toilets. In the lower part the toilet and bidet were placed, in the area with higher height the shower was placed and, between both, the sink was located. To the left of the door the bathtub was installed, flanked by shelves.
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