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fakehousesrealawesome:

Ok, so maybe they are not quite so thrilling as the giant exclamation point might have led you to believe… But someone on /r/TheSims asked for some bathroom-building ideas, which made me realize my weird enthusiasm for the subject. I figured that some of you guys are probably weird bathroom enthusiasts too, so here, excerpted from my post on reddit, are some tips and tricks for the bathroom in your life:

I try to have distinct areas within what would otherwise be just an open room. There are a few ways to do that: I often use a half-wall and put the toilet behind it [#1] which is something you see in a lot of real-life homes. Sometimes I use full-height walls to similarly divide the room [#2]. If I have space to spare sometimes I use toilet rooms inside the bathroom [#3] which is also something often found in (bigger) houses. I often use platforms in bathroom, usually for either the shower or tub [#4 and #5]. You can put half walls around it and a backless shower on the platform, to create the look of a fancy oversized shower.

You can really use your bathrooms creatively if you plan your layouts carefully. I’ve used half-walls to create more wall space so a larger bathroom becomes the laundry room [#6]. I’ve also done a master bathroom with a door into the sunroom [#7], which opens to the patio (the door from the bathroom has a curtain, for “privacy”). And Jack-and-Jill bathrooms are really excellent for when you don’t really have the space for a hallway bathroom [#8]. Another way to make your bathroom double its usefulness is to make it a mudroom between the home and a porch or garage [#9] (my example here is actually a laundry room, but you get the idea).