Split Entry Bathrooms

Split entry bathrooms are designed to separate the bathroom into two separate compartments dedicated to discrete functions. Split into a wet full-bath zone and a dry storage and entry area, the split entry bathroom is an efficient layout that adds additional function to the standard central full-bath plan.

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

Smaller than split bathrooms, split entry bathrooms have a typical minimal length of 8’2 (2.49 m) and width of 7’ (2.13 m).


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Length: 8’2” | 2.49 m
Width: 7’ | 2.13 m
Area: 57.2 ft2 | 5.3 m2



Drawings include:
Split Entry Bathroom 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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