A three-quarter bathroom is ideal if you often have overnight guests, or if you simply want a secondary bathroom in your home. In this blog, bathroom and kitchen remodeling contractor DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen takes a close look at three-quarter bathrooms and why you should consider having one in your home.
What Are Three-Quarter Bathrooms?
Three-quarter bathrooms are named as such because it has a toilet, a sink and a shower, but not a tub. While the purpose is utilitarian, three-quarter bathrooms are open to many design possibilities. Interesting tilework, space-saving cabinetry and updated fixtures are just some of the many things that can be done to a relatively small space.
There are many benefits to having a second (or third) bathroom in your household. It eases up having to queue for the bathroom every morning, it lets you use the toilet in your own time and it helps make guests more comfortable during their stay.
When considering a three-quarters bathroom for your next bathroom remodeling project, there are certain factors you have to consider. For example, is it going to be more of a guest bathroom, or as a secondary bathroom if someone happens to be using the main one? Is it going to be located in the basement or upstairs? These and other factors will inform your choices when it’s time to design your three-quarters bathroom.
Three-quarter bathrooms may have its limitations, but it doesn’t mean you can’t add features to it. Consider a rain shower head instead of the typical wall-mounted shower head. Instead of a typical toilet and fixtures, consider a touchless toilet and faucet. Certain medicine cabinet designs likewise incorporate electronics and power outlets inside, which reduces the risk of electrical shock.
Designing your own three-quarter bathroom lets you incorporate other features like a skylight or a large window for natural lighting. Completely new plumbing gives you more freedom with where the toilet and shower stall would go—perhaps a partition that doesn’t make the toilet the first thing one sees when entering the bathroom. The shower area is, in itself, open to so many possibilities. Working with a capable bathroom remodeler can help you get the best possible three-quarter bathroom.
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