The underside of a roof can often be quite beautiful, and the design of an attic bathroom should accentuate – rather than try to hide – the graceful lines and angles of the ceiling.
(PRWEB) April 30, 2015
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Not having enough bathrooms is one of the most severe growing pains for a growing family living in a small home. But HomeThangs.com has introduced a guide to one unexpected way to add a full sized bathroom to a small house, without needing a full addition: adding an attic bathroom.
Attics aren’t easy spaces to work with, but the varying height of different fixtures in a bathroom make them ideally suited to working with sloped walls and odd angles. For example, a freestanding bathtub can be placed comfortably up against the shortest wall of an attic, because the lowness of the ceiling won’t bother the person lying in the tub the way it would impair someone using a shower with a low ceiling. With a little foresight and planning, even a fairly severely sloped or low attic ceiling can be made to comfortably accommodate anything from a 3/4 bath to a full, suite-style bath. When done right, a well-planned attic bathroom can be not only functional, but also quite beautiful. If the slope of the ceiling – especially any unusual shapes or details of the inside of the roof – are treated as architectural features, an attic bathroom can have a very striking, elegant look and feel.
For a more in depth look at building an attic bathroom, as well as examples of some great, designer attic baths, check out the full article here.
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