The houses with two bathrooms They are an outlet. On many occasions, one of these bathrooms is located in the suite. All a success, because we reduce the use of it by leaving the second free for our guests or for the rest of the members of the home. Now, what are the ways to integrate a bathroom into a suite? The truth is that many.
From the bedrooms with an open concept to those that try to be a bit more modern by incorporating glass walls. Here are some ideas that will surely be very helpful if you are thinking of creating a bedroom with bathroom en suite.
A bathroom inside the suite but with different rooms. It is common, or at least what we have seen until not long ago. Now, the traditional seeks new ways of escape. New concepts with which to experiment. Remove the doors to your bathroom, leave a hole in the partition only to be able to pass freely and for the feeling of connection is greater. If you are not ready yet for this, try the sliding doors, perhaps of glass, that in addition to avoiding the trajectory of the opening of a traditional door, allow to pass the light.
It is risky, yes, but we can not deny that the elegance of this type of bathroom is second to none. Perhaps it is because, when joining these two rooms, enough space is obtained, in most cases, to place such striking pieces as the exempt bathtubs. A bathtub with legs that invites you to rest in your bedroom. As a main drawback, moisture condensation. By not having any kind of separation the hot water will fill the room with steam. However, for specific bathrooms, if you have more bathrooms in the house, it can be a 100% recommended solution.
A head that functions as a separation
If you want a slightly more subtle option, you may be interested in this in which the head of the bed becomes a wall of the most functional work. On the one hand, it will protect our dreams, on the other, it will be the wall on which our bathroom rests. Comfort very much, because nothing else to get up we will have direct access to the toilet area. In addition, in this case the shower can be placed in another room or perhaps in it, but with a screen that protects the rest of the room from moisture and condensation.
Glass walls for a bathroom isolated
Do you love the concept of suite room with integrated bathroom, but the truth is that this problem of condensation and humidity slows you down? There is a solution for this. Bet on the glass partitions. The walls and glass doors allow a physical separation, but without renouncing the unification of space. Perhaps in this particular case the biggest drawback is keeping those crystals clean, but the final effect is well worth it.