LAYOUT PLACEMENT & EXECUTION PLANNING
Once we know what you want to include with your bathroom design, we will first give consideration to where we will position our materials & fixtures such as the shower & toilet. As an example, having a screen-free or semi-open shower, we will also take into account the direction of spray when water is running from the shower. We understand that the last thing you want to is to see your toilet or vanity covered in water. If the design is to have a closed-in shower, we then need to allow enough room for doors to swing open for instance.
From here, we can decide where to position your toilet so that we can provide enough distance between the toilet and shower to avoid a wet mess, or install a floor-to-ceiling glass screen to create a barrier. If space is tight, a concealed cistern is a practical choice and won’t overwhelm the space. Our goal is to not let the toilet be the focal point in your bathroom design. We will aim to show off other features like your bathtub or vanity, by positioning them where the eye will most likely be drawn to first.