Bathrooms Made for Two
Keep harmony in the home with these beautiful bathroom ideas designed for sharing…
Several celebrities, including Michael Caine and Joan Collins, have claimed that the secret to a successful marriage is separate bathrooms. But if that’s not attainable, there’s plenty of ways to create a bathroom that will keep both heads of the household happy!
THE DOUBLE SHOWER
If you’re in a rush in the morning, it’s a recipe for stress having to wait for the shower to become vacant. A double shower offers the perfect solution, without the need to have two separate shower cubicles.
One of the biggest areas of contention in a shared bathroom is the sheer amount of toiletries left lying around and cluttering up the wash-stand. Keep clutter at bay with slim fitting storage cupboards, baskets, containers and mirrors with built-in storage.
SEPARATE THE BATH AND SHOWER
If you have the space, a separate shower cubicle in the main bathroom offers a great way for you both to get ready at the same time.
After a long day, no one wants to be waiting for their other half to be cleaning their teeth or washing their face. Take the stress out of the evening with a twin sink.
THE DOUBLE ENDED BATH
No more arguing over who gets the drippy tap end. A double ended bath means you can both soak in style. Spa baths add bubbles for a relaxing end to the day. Advances in materials mean you can choose a bath designed to keep the water warmer for longer.