Have you considered adding another bathroom to your home, but you don’t have much space to play with? You might be asking yourself “How can I possibly add an ensuite to the master bedroom”, what is the smallest bathroom or ensuite I can have in the space that I have.
This video shows the smallest possible layout and advises on indicative costs that come with adding an ensuite to a master bedroom. Check it out!
Adding an ensuite to Master Bedroom
Let’s assume this is the floorplan of the room you would like to add an ensuite to. The room is 4.80 metres long and 2.2 metres wide.
Smallest ensuite layout possible
The floorplan below shows the optimum layout for a compact ensuite.
You wish to erect a wall with a distance of 1 metre to the existing wall. This allows you to include a shower, a wash basin with vanity below and a toilet pan to your Master Bedroom.
New ensuite for master bed on 2.2 square metres
All it takes is 2.20 metres in length and 1 metre in width. All in all, you will be able to enjoy a fully functional ensuite on 2.2 square metres a wonderful addition to your Master Bedroom.
This is a look from the top in 3D.
Include a window in your bathroom
If you’re lucky enough to have an exterior wall, include a window that lets in natural light. This way, the ensuite will feel larger and more airy.
Add ensuite to master bedroom – 3D view
How much does the new ensuite cost?
How much do you need to allow for a small additional ensuite? Because it will require new plumbing, put aside at least $12,000 up to $25,000, depending on the finishes you wish to use.
Layout for large bathroom
If you are lucky enough to have plenty of space, go for a more generous layout. Here is my step-by-step guide on how to plan the ideal bathroom.
To get some inspirations for your ensuite and bathroom design, take a look at my gallery.
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