Modern homes require us to restructure by different rooms of our house, reorganizing environments, optimizing space and making the most of all from the house. Today we bring some tips on how to separate environments in the bathroom and take advantage and improve the comfort and taking full advantage to all meters in the house.
The first thing to consider is the size of our bathroom. If it is not large, we can not separate environments. However, if it is large, we can create an area of unique design and much more functional.
Separate environments without building works
To separate areas in the bathroom have a thousand possibilities thanks to the decor and lighting. We can divide the basin or separate the toilet or bidet gaining a plus of intimacy.
If you do not want to start a work at home, we also have the option of dividing rooms, for example, transparent panels or partitions that rest on the floor.
The screens are the easiest and most effective alternative, because we can move at any time and some models also allow us to install hooks, accessories, shelves, magazine racks, baskets, etc…
Space for natural light
We can also separate environments in the bathroom with good furniture that have no substance and that let in natural light, while you can store things and decorate.
But, if we don’t mind going into work in our bathroom, ideally, put plaster walls, provided we have sufficient space and that we do not cover the natural light that could enter the bath. We must remember that light is one of the main features that should be in a bathroom and, of course, much better.
To optimize space we can also embed accessories like the sink, the toilet paper holder or any other item.
Finally, everything will depend on the quantity of space with which we are provided and the imagination that we can throw the separation of environments.