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3 places you might not have thought of for your bathroom
Creating a bathroom from scratch used to carry many technical constraints. The biggest of which was the proximity of your new bathroom to the sewerage line. Nowadays, thankfully there are products on the market that make it possible for you to create new wet areas in your home, even if they are not located close to the main sewerage line. Read on to find out more!
So, why not think of brand new bathroom concepts?
1. An open ensuite in the bedroom
Traditionally, if your bedroom wasn’t close enough to the sewerage line, you couldn’t have an ensuite bathroom. However, thanks to Saniflo’s range of products, you can now install wet areas in your home where you previously couldn’t! With this new flexibility, why not install a bathroom inside your master bedroom? Not only will this provide privacy for the parents,
In order to make this situation possible,
Whatever option you choose, keep in mind that you actually won’t
2. A bathroom in front of a bay window
Picture this. A beautiful standalone bathtub and an amazing, large window with a stunning view. This is a fantasy we often barely
To achieve this look, you first have to choose the room you want to convert into an amazing bathroom. I suggest choosing the brighter, the more sun-drenched room. Once your choice is made, you will need to pick a shower or a bathtub to place in front of the window, so that you’ll be able to see the outside while bathing. For your view, it could be nature (your garden, countryside, woods, or even mountains for the luckiest) but it can also be the city! If you choose a city view, you’ll just have to put some two-way mirror sticker outside of your window. If you really don’t have a room with a large enough window, you could also paint
This kind of room can definitely increase the value of your home. In addition to being a practical bathroom, it is also a relaxing place for you to enjoy some zen moments reading in your bath and looking at the scenery.
3. Underground bathroom
An underground bathroom is definitely an acquired taste, and to be avoided if you are claustrophobic! However, if you’re keen on subdued lighting and lounging in private spaces, you might enjoy this idea of an underground, almost secret bathroom. And if you are a photography amateur, you could even use this room as a darkroom!
For this type of room, you have a number of decoration choices. For instance, you could leave the walls relatively neutral, choose vibrant
An underground bathroom is a great way to make