Thursday, October 8, 2015

Watercloset Ideas

When designing master bathrooms, there are two things I feel are very important. Double sinks and a water closet. There are many people who feel having two sinks is not necessary or having a separate room for the toilet is nice but not important. To me, double sinks not only allow two people to get ready simultaneously, it also provides a larger vanity for additional storage and, in some cases, marital harmony.

The same holds true for a water closet. Being able to have the toilet in a private and separate space makes the bathroom more functional. It allows two people to use the bathroom at the same time while still allowing for privacy. Think you need a large bathroom to achieve a separate water closet? These are some of my favorite examples of water closets in both large and small spaces.

Create a partition with cabinetry.


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Bedrooms Idea

Lose your tub and replace it with a water closet.

Master Bath with Vessel Sink, Large Shower and Separate Toilet
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Use bamboo to create a floor to ceiling screen.

i want to make this bamboo wall between the sink and toilet,just for privacy and of course decor:
Examiner

A frosted glass panel works just as well.


Increase Privacy with Frosted Glass  Create privacy in a bathroom by installing a frosted-glass wall panel. Unlike a normal wall, this frosted-glass option allows light to pass freely between the main area and the toilet while still offering plenty of privacy. Sharing light enhances the sense of space in both areas.:
BHG

For a less permanent option try hanging a curtain from the ceiling. Choose a washable fabric for easy care.


Curtain concealing toilet. Lamps on the counter instead of sconces. Design by Betty Burgess.:
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Create a unique knee wall with reclaimed wood.


10 façons d’incorporer la palette de bois dans son décor | RONAMAG:
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Let in natural light by reusing old windows.

I love the "frosted" glass instead of a solid wall used in this space!  the space created for the"water closet" in new homes today is so tiny;  this would at least give the feel of a bigger space, and add character to the entire master bath.:
Purple Area

Pocket doors are great as they don't take up floor space. This one in frosted glass is stylish and functional.

I would like a pocket door like this for our small walk in closet since the door opening in takes up all the walk space:
BHG

Reconsider creating a separate water closet for your bathroom. Your spouse or significant other will thank you for it.

Happy decorating!






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