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Old 08-16-2019, 12:21 AM   #1
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Bathroom conodrum

So with designing on graph paper I am having a hard time designing the bathroom I don't want it to be to big not to small. Would a 24" walk way be to small for 4 ft? And would a 4ft bathroom be to big?
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I think a lot depends on how big you and the intended users are. Twenty four inches is, I think, about as narrow as you would want any kind of walkway to be.
Ours is probably huge by many peoples standards, roughly 8 x 8 with center walkway. In that space is roughly a 2 x 2 closet, a 2 x 2 pantry, the shower is roughly 44" x 30", toilet and sink.



It seems large and spacious,bathroom and hallway is bigger than the house trailer we lived in when we first got married, we couldn't pass in the hallway and we were much skinnier than now.
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depends what is in the bathroom. we have a sink, toilet, and stand up shower in a 36" by 5 ft space. I wish I had done it a little bit longer. However it does still work out well.
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So I was thinking why not water seal a large wooden half barrel
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So I was thinking why not water seal a large wooden half barrel
For what?????
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The shower I work with people that make barrels and if I could get. 24 in radios in the barrel then it should be good possibly because
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The shower I work with people that make barrels and if I could get. 24 in radios in the barrel then it should be good possibly because
24" radius? A 4 feet across wooden tub?
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2' across in total
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2' across in total
The smallest and least expensive shower setup Iíve seen was a 18 gallon plastic tub, not much larger than that, a shower curtain that clipped to the ceiling
Somehow (didnít see how) and a Hudson (garden) sprayer adapted with a hand sprayer like a dish sprayer. So, a 2í barrel could work if youíre looking for minimalistic sort of stuff
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2ft would be minimalist. Our shower is 2 x 3 ft. I would not want any smaller.

Something else to think about is is the bus going to be a tiny home or an rv?

Reason being that in an rv you might except less then ideal because of more limited use. For full time living you may want more comfort.
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