1. Double Up
Unlike a traditional wet room design, a water space will incorporate both a bath and shower. Having them aligned side by side is a great way to confine the ‘wet area’ or ‘water space’, by combining the striking look of a freestanding bathtub, with a minimal barely there shower within the same footprint.
This saves on space and parameters of a traditional shower tray, while the only thing getting wet is the bath. This is also an important consideration when future proofing your home for maximum saleability, as buyers are likely to want at least one bath.
2. Minimal Shower Screen
A minimal shower screen is a great way to separate the general ‘wet space’ within your bathroom design, protecting the toilet and basin from splashes when in use. It creates the illusion of space too, removing boundaries and traditional layouts to let water and light flow through the area at once.
Choosing a minimal design, such a simple black frame or a purely glass panel for your walk in shower area will maximise light and minimise distraction, creating a larger looking space than it really is.
3. Recessed Storage
Designing handy recessed storage space into your shower space or next to your sink are clever ways to free up surfaces from clutter or the need for additional storage racks and accessories.
Adding clever spot lights to these recesses bring a secondary dimension to the space too, adding sophistication as well as style.