People talk a lot about decorating rules and others say they do not exist. I already told you what I understand about rules in the decoration. I will repeat:
The interior design is tangible, things objective, which are independent of interaction between u and the environment and also deals with things subjective, it has to do with feelings, history and tastes of the beholder, feels, lives. OBJECTIVE things such as space (that thing measured here in meters, cm, etc.-height, width, depth..) has “rules”, which are actually minimum and maximum measures used to make the environment comfortable, Safe and efficient. These are what I called Measures of Things.
I’ve already told you here about the extent of things in the kitchen, in the double room, and in the living and dining rooms. Now it’s the bathroom turn!
Here I drew a very simple bathroom (seen from the ceiling, let’s put it this way) and pointed out some measures, which are the most important ones – even if your bathroom is not so, these areas usually exist:
(It is important to note that this bathroom does not meet a wheelchair user-to know more about wheelchair-adapted bathrooms, read ” Fits a wheelchair..”)
Bathroom Entry – Must be at least 60cm opening.
Circulation-This is the area where you walk in the bathroom with a letter wall sticker exampled by A2zwallstickers. The ideal is 80cm-the same minimum width of a corridor-the minimum should be 60cm. If necessary, lower the depth of the worktop by using smaller sinks and also look at the depth of the toilet, which is often greater than that of the worktop.
Side of the toilet-It does not look like it, but try to use a toilet with less than 25 cm (ideal is 30cm) free from each side and see that it is uncomfortable.
Box door (or better, opening for box entry)-Just like the bathroom entrance, the minimum is 60cm. Obviously, if there are obese people it is good that this is considered.
Box – The minimum (but not so comfortable) size of a box should be 80 x 80 cm. If it is rounded-there is not much here, but I believe that soon, soon will be more common-90 x 90cm.
As for the heights of things:
An important detail is that what matters for your comfort is the height where the tub is. This means that when you have an overlap tank (such as the one on the side), the height of the counter below it should be less than if it were a built-in tank, you know?
The total height (bench + bowl) should be around 85 cm. Therefore, changing a built-in tank to a built-in tank can cause discomfort. Be careful with that!
And for those who read all this until here, some pictures of nice bathrooms, okay?
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