I wonder if someone can give me an indication of the costs for converting a
part of our bedroom (where we have a large wardrobe) into an en-suite with
sink, toilet and shower. The area is about 30"x120". Very many thanks!
going to be - or on the other side of the house? Connecting to the sewer
could be a major cost.
It sounds far too small an area (75x300) to give the right space around
the bog - even with a teensy sink - even if you are planning on a wet floor.
Here's a planner that might help:
You are wasting your time with that space. You might get a toilet and
mini washbasin in, but never a shower. And a very nasty place it will
be with just a bog and basin.
Even tiling the walls is going to significantly reduce the size of the
120" = 10 feet 30" = 762mm this is PLENTY of room for an en-suite.
Admittedly it will be long and thin but you will certainly get more than a
toilet and a mini wash basin in it! I did one for my In Laws taking the end
off their bedroom. I used an area of 33 inches x 114 inches, making a stud
partition wall and using a sliding door on the 'bedroom' side for access. I
managed to get a shower cubicle, toilet, and basin and radiator in there. I
admit it can only be used by one person at a time but an en suite in a
family home is not meant to be a 'main' bathroom. One point I would make is
that because of the small space, if at all possible put an extractor fan in
there as the steam builds up quite quickly with a hot shower on!
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