White RockTraditional Bathroom, Vancouver
Double sinks sit on white vanity's upon white Siberian tiled floors. Millwork was designed to act as a storage solution and room divider. Photography by Vicky Tan
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Defined areas. Depending on your entry point in this two-door bathroom, the toilet can be seen or not seen at all. Within the layout it is essentially treated as a room within a room. The cabinet that divides the space creates extra storage and is a great alternative to a wall, cleverly giving privacy to the toilet area.
Take Note of Wall Panels and BaseboardsMost toilets are roughed-in 12 inches from the finished wall. This works well for most floor-mounted toilets. Tip: Some toilets require floor anchoring clips — another limiting factor because it can interrupt radiant heating. Talk with your floor heating contractor before choosing this type of toilet to make sure that the anchors won't mess with water lines or heating cables.
Moderate privacy. Place the toilet behind built-in cabinets. Another great use of space, this bathroom would feel way too big without this row of cabinets for linens and other storage. The built-in doubles as a privacy wall for the toilet.