Bathroom Floor Plans
With Cedreo, you can quickly create and share bathroom floor plans to streamline your design process and ensure your clients understand your bathroom design ideas.
Create Professional Bathroom Floor Plans in Minutes
With Cedreo, it’s never been easier to create stunning bathroom layouts. Use its intuitive tools, customization options, and extensive library of fixtures to create new bathroom designs in just a few minutes.
The tight space of most bathrooms means it’s more important to create accurate layouts that ensure you make the best use of space. Use both 2D and 3D bathroom floor plans with dimensions and fixtures to anticipate problems and help clients visualize the final design. Floor plans allow clients to identify the place of the key elements in the room: bath, sinks, storage, toilets... and ensure the bathroom space matches their lifestyle.
2D Bathroom Floor Plans
2D bathroom blueprints show the space from above. This makes it easy to see the entire layout and dimensions, as well as the windows and door space around bathroom fixtures. Accurate 2D floor plans are important so it’s best to use a floor plan design tool like Cedreo.
3D Bathroom Floor Plans
3D floor plans for bathrooms make it easy to visualize and test different layouts, finishes, and color schemes. And with the right design tool, you can see the bathroom from a variety of perspectives that will help you and your clients feel like you’re in the new bathroom before the remodeling project has even been started. They can validate the design of their new room much faster.
Generate Photorealistic Bathroom Renderings
Elevate 3D bathroom floor plans to the next level with photorealistic 3D renderings that allow you to show clients exactly what their bathroom will look like. An on-the-ground virtual visualization will help clients envision themselves in the room and start their emotional connection to the space.
Dry vs. Wet Zones
A popular design trend for larger bathrooms is to fully separate the bathroom’s wet and dry zones. A wet zone is an area that includes a shower and bathtub. The dry zone is everything else like the toilet, vanity, and changing area. Designing a wet zone that’s away from the flow of traffic helps keep people from getting their feet wet unnecessarily while keeping the dry zone cleaner.
Line of Sight
No one likes to open the bathroom door and be greeted with a prime view of the toilet. Avoid this by creating a bathroom floor plan that keeps the toilet out of the direct line of sight when the door is open. Try placing the toilet off to one side of the doorway or next to a vanity. You can even create a separate toilet compartment or use a piece of frosted privacy glass.
Think ahead to how your client will use their bathroom. Will two people need to use it at once? Should the toilet and/or shower be placed in a separate section of the bathroom to afford more privacy? Does the bathroom need a double sink? It’s also important to plan efficient locations for smaller fixtures like towel racks and toilet paper holders.
Windows and Privacy
Bathroom windows are both a blessing and a curse. They add natural light that helps the small space of a bathroom feel less claustrophobic, but they can make it harder to have your privacy. As a solution, try using skylights or transom windows where possible. You can also choose opaque window glass to help obscure the view and add a touch of style.
Bathrooms often need to store many things from linens and towels to bath products and makeup. Ensure your design includes plenty of storage options that don’t inhibit the flow of traffic and door openings.
Bathrooms can fit into surprisingly small spaces. Just 40 square feet is enough for a full bath that’s laid out correctly. When creating bathroom blueprints, take into consideration the dimensions of the fixtures and the required space around and above them.