Successful bathroom design requires working with the constraints of the space you have to make important decisions about how the room functions and flows.
This means thinking about things like how best to design the shower for maximum comfort and efficiency. Where to place the bathtub if you have the space and desire for one.
What size and type of vanity you can fit into your particular bathroom. How to work around existing window placement to maximize air flow and natural light.
What kind of door works best for privacy and ease of use, or, in the case of a primary suite, whether to install a door at all.
Today’s bathrooms are not only designed with care and beautifully colour-coordinated, but they are also the most functional spaces that you could find.
No longer just a room with a basic sink, shower and closet, a well-designed bathroom is nothing less than a work of art.
Your shower partition is an integral part of your bathroom and has the all-important function of demarcating wet and dry functional areas.
It restricts dampness to the shower area, helping to keep the bathroom clean and hygienic at all times.