Split Bathrooms

Pair of dimensioned layouts for bathroom designs that split the bathroom into two separate spaces

Split bathrooms are designed to further separate bathroom uses into a primary sink and entry area and a more private bathtub and toilet zone. Divided by a central pocket or swing door, the split bathroom is ideal for shared bathrooms where one user desires additional privacy without restricting another persons access to the entry sink and vanity area.

Consult local building codes for accessibility requirements.
Overall bathroom sizes will vary based on the actual dimensions of bathroom fixtures.

With multiple floor plan strategies based on either side or split fixture layouts, split bathrooms have lengths between 11’-12’2” (3.37-3.71 m) and widths between 5’-7’ (1.52-2.13 m) respectively.


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Side Fixture Layout
Length: 12’2” | 3.71 m
Width: 5’ | 1.52 m
Area: 60.8 ft2 | 5.6 m2

Split Fixture Layout
Length: 11’ | 3.37 m
Width: 7’ | 2.13 m
Area: 77.3 ft2 | 7.2 m2



Drawings include:
Split Bathroom (Side Fixture) plan, Split Bathroom (Split Fixture) plan

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Bathrooms are rooms used for personal hygiene and include specific bathroom fixtures such as sinks, toilets, bathtubs and showers. Variations of bathroom layouts include minimal utility bathrooms, full bathrooms, ensuite, and jack-and-jill bathrooms.

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