How To Separate Dry And Wet For A 4 Square Meters Small Apartment Bathroom?
The design of the dry-wet separation area in the bathroom is currently a must for many people in the decoration design, but for some units, it is difficult to design the bathroom as a dry-wet separation. Don’t worry, although the actual space is small, it does not prevent you from having a comfortable and dry bathroom environment. Let me take a look at how to design a small apartment bathroom with dry and wet separation.
The advantages of dry and wet separation in bathroom design:
- Safety. According to the regional planning of the use function, it can avoid the water on the floor when taking a bath and reduce the possibility of slipping.
- It is easy to clean, which can ensure the dryness of the shower area, prevent the growth of bacteria, and increase the service life of furniture such as bathroom cabinets.
- Improve the space utilization rate, and it will not affect the use of the dry area when taking a bath, which is more convenient.
There can be two separations, three separations and four separations for the toilet dry and wet separation. For the bathroom with only 4m², the two separation design is sufficient.
Planning and design by function partition
According to actual use needs, the overall space structure can be divided and designed according to function use, and the furniture placement of each functional area can be designed, which is more convenient for planning dry and wet partitions.
The rectangular layout of the bathroom is designed in accordance with the movement pattern of “wash basin-toilet-shower area”, which not only conforms to the usage habits, but also is more efficient.
The square layout of the bathroom is designed in accordance with the design of the washbasin, toilet and shower area scattered in each corner, and the overall space looks more spacious.
You can also choose smaller bathroom products, such as wall-mounted or wall-mounted toilets.
- Partition wall design: directly move the sink outside, design a partition wall, divide the shower area + toilet area into the wet area, this dry and wet separation design truly separates “dry” and “wet”, but this type of The design will reduce the overall space and make it more crowded.
- Glass room shower area design: The overall design has a better lighting effect, and can be designed according to actual needs: in-line, L-shaped, and corner-shaped. The corner shower room is designed to save the most space. The basic size of the shower room is 90×90cm, which only needs 1m² of space.
- Semi-partitioned design: Semi-enclosed space, compared with the fully enclosed glass shower area design, is more flexible and looks more open in the field of vision, that is, it is not stuffy and it solves the splashing of water when taking a bath
- Shower curtain design: The shower curtain is installed in the shower area, which is the easiest, most space-saving, and most cost-effective way of separating wet and dry. It only needs hanging rod + waterproof shower curtain cloth. Installing water retaining strips in the bathing area can prevent water from spreading to the entire space, but this type of design cannot effectively isolate water vapor, and the bathroom is still prone to damp and moldy conditions.
- In fact, designing dry and wet separation is not a difficult task, as long as you communicate more ideas with the designer, it can generally be achieved. Is your bathroom designed for wet and dry separation? Which type is it?
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