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Make the Most of Your Three-Quarter Bathroom

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A three-quarter bathroom is a great alternative to a full bath. These rooms offer everything a guest needs, including a sink, a toilet, and a shower or bathtub, unlike a half bathroom, which only offers a toilet and a sink. A three-quarter bathroom layout not only requires less space when designed properly, but these bathrooms are extremely functional without leaving guests feeling cramped.

With the right design decisions, such as a shower enclosure and plenty of storage, a three-quarter bathroom can be the perfect place for guests to freshen up. If you have a three-quarter bathroom in your home, keep reading to learn how you and your guests can get the most use and comfort out of it.

Ideal Three-Quarter Bathroom Layout

While a three-quarter bathroom is usually smaller than a full bath, with the right layout the space can feel quite big. A compact layout doesn’t have to minimize functionality or comfort. Ideally, a three-quarter bathroom should be designed so that:

  • Shower or tub is next to a wall or window.
  • Toilet is next to shower or tub.
  • Sink is placed across from the toilet, close to the door.

With this layout, you’re able to optimize the space. This makes the room much more usable and comfortable for guests, whether they’re washing up or just washing their hands.

Enhancements to Consider

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As with any room in your home, there are tons of things you can do in order to enhance a three-quarter bathroom. If your room has a basic stall shower, you can make it feel more luxurious and add privacy with one of our shower enclosure kits. An enclosed shower feels more spa-like, especially when combined with a hand-held shower head.

For a small three-quarter bathroom, embrace as much natural light as possible. Skylights or large windows are a great way to fill the room with light, which will make it feel more airy and open. If natural light isn’t an option, keep colors in the bathroom as light as possible. Dark bathrooms often lack the feeling of roominess and comfort.

Because three-quarter bathrooms are a bit more compact, the smallest changes can have a huge impact. Swap out the hardware or add a custom vanity light to create a fresh ambiance. A new coat of paint, shelves, a mirror, and wall art can really bring character and detail into the room.

Choose Us to Improve Your Three-Quarter Bathroom

Want to make the most out of your three-quarter bath? If so, you can count on our team of professionals at American Bath Enterprises, Inc. We offer a variety of services, including the installation of shower enclosures, shower stalls, shower and tub accessories, and much more.

Renovating a three-quarter bathroom can be a lot of work. Leave it to the pros to get the job done right. Call our team today at (888) 228-4925 to request a quote.