Question by  micahkl (25)

What is a good design for an attic bathroom?

Th space is not very big.


Answer by  dc8333 (420)

For a small space I would recommend a wet room. I wouldn't have a bath as that will take up too much space, just waterproof the whole room so it can be used as a shower room with basin/toilet too (remember to have a drain)


Answer by  missaway4 (25)

Given the restricted space, bare nececities should be essential. To best save on space, the toilet should be reasonably adjacent to the toilet. Think of an airplane bathroom. Shelving will give you room for towels, although keep them high, so that it doesn't intrude into the open space.


Answer by  bash (1026)

As the space is not big, don't lay big size tiles on the floor because the room will look like very small. Better not provide any design tiles. You may lay offwhite colour 1 footX1 foot tiles and little dark shade tiles on the bathroom walls.


Answer by  MelindaS (1694)

You could do a half-bath and leave out the shower or bathtub. Another way to save space is to use a stand-alone shower with no bathtub.


Answer by  Aqua (130)

If space is at a premium, I would recommend to go for only a shower, sink, and commode. The shape of the space will dictate the exact layout.

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