Basement Bathroom – Adding a bathroom to your home often gives extra value and function. Sometimes the easiest place to add a bathroom is in the basement. When designing your basement bathroom, you must consider the special needs basement construction.
Hire a plumber, inspector, or architect to investigate your Basement Bathroom after hidden plumbing or building issues. It is also a good idea to ask your local building or planning office if you have to add a bathroom and what allows or costs will take part. Measure the entire basement with a tape measure. Transfer the measurements to a large sheet of 1/4 inch plain paper. Keep in mind that the walls are at least 3-1 / 2 inches thick, so your wall lines will need to be about 1/16 inch thick. Specify where the entire door swings, cabinets and build-ins.
Tape lime paper over your Basement Bathroom floor plan. Draw the place where you want to install the bathroom. The smallest size bathroom is about 6 meters by 8 meters. Design your bathroom to include all the features you want. A larger bath can have a whirlpool bath with a stand-up shower, double sinks, under floor heating and a chest of drawers behind its own privacy wall. Place the location of lamps and fixtures. If your basement has low ceilings, you may need to use wall lights and recessed lights. Try sketching at least four or five designs. Place the door entry at different locations. Expand and reduce the size of the bathroom to see how it could work with different features.