All In One Bathroom

All In One Bathroom

Making the most of limited living space requires modular solutions that can be moved around and altered at will, and that includes bathroom fixtures. Smart, compact modular or all-in-one bathroom solutions add extra luxuries to tiny rooms, rather than taking them away, making room for tubs, saunas, spacious vanities and storage along with necessities like toilets and sinks. Here are 15 intriguing space-saving bathroom concepts. Fold-Up Bathtub Few people in small urban apartments are lucky enough to have a bathtub. But that kind of relaxing amenity would be more possible if more bathtub designs resembled this one. Designer Dominik Chojnacki envisions a fold-up tub that nestles up against the wall when not in use. Too bad it doesn’t double as a shower for ultimate adaptability. ‘Oneself’ For the Person Who Lives Alone In a one-room apartment where privacy isn’t a problem, perhaps something like this would work (though it would be better if it was at least partially walled off): a gridded wall that opens to reveal a sink, toilet and shower along with storage for towels and other items. Super-Compact Flight Concept This modular all-in-one bathroom concept combines a shower, sink, tub and vanity in one compact unit. A portion of the ‘Flight’ cabinet folds down to become an elevated bathtub. Bathroom on a Wall Here’s another concept that hides bathroom fixtures in a wall so they’re out of the way when not in use. Each panel of the Fluid Wall has identical hidden mounting points so various components can be swapped out as desired by the user including sinks, toilets, shelves and storage. Space-Saving Tulip Shower The Tulip Shower is an actual dual-usage, fold-up fixture that serves as a shower when standing or a tub when laying down. It looks sort of like a futuristic space pod full of high-powered massagers and underwater jets. The back surface of the shower provides a space to lean against when you’re lounging in the tub.
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All In One Bathroom

For many people with disabilities, the ability to live at home is denied by the major expense of home modifications to provide for an accessible bathroom, requiring extensive renovation and too much space. That obstacle has been overcome with the unified All-In-One Bathroom–elegant in simplicity–yet functional and versatile. The All-In-One Bathroom provides a single wheelchair transfer onto a seat where an ADA compliant toilet, lavatory & shower are all within easy reach. The All-In-One Bathroom incorporates an entire bathroom and shower into one easily installed 3′ by 5′ unit. Direct shipment to customer for installation in an existing home, home addition, rear deck or anywhere with water and sewer connections.
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All In One Bathroom

The Hygienicare™ All-In-One Bathroom is lightweight, strong and durable. Manufacture of the All-In-One Bathroom utilizes a superior injection molding process using polyurethane components for the containment form. The single-transfer entry on the All-In-One Bathroom has been redesigned with a nitrogen assist door lift, improving reliability and eliminating the need for an electrical connection.
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All In One Bathroom

Making the most of limited living space requires modular solutions that can be moved around and altered at will, and that includes bathroom fixtures. Smart, compact modular or all-in-one bathroom solutions add extra luxuries to tiny rooms, rather than taking them away, making room for tubs, saunas, spacious vanities and storage along with necessities like toilets and sinks. Here are 15 intriguing space-saving bathroom concepts.
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All In One Bathroom

A sink, shower and toilet all pull out from the wallspace and other modules are then usable for storage, plumbing and electrical needs. All in all it isn’t that far of a reach – pull-out sinks already exist so this simply extends an existing set of interior design ideas and integrates them into a unified bathroom design concept. Moreover, one could easily imagine this kind of approach working as a retrofit – you would simply need to create an additional wall at the expense of a foot or two of area – likely more than made up for by the space saved by ridding oneself of a traditional bathroom.
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All In One Bathroom

After much experimenting and way too many Pumpkin Spice Lattes (mommy brain food), I created an all-in-one bathroom cleaner that’s simple and effective. A cleaner that works so effectively, I must share for the sake of all the moms out there with forever changed bathrooms. Think of this cleaner as bathroom therapy in a little homemade bottle.  It’s okay, let that sigh of relief out.
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All In One Bathroom

One of the changes that has taken place in our house has been in the bathroom. Let me put it this way. Someone should have told me how hard it is to keep a bathroom clean with two little people! Okay, maybe people told me, but I just ignored the, “having children will forever change your life” talks. Suddenly, over the course of just a few short years our bathrooms have taken on new smells and liquids never experienced before. For the sake of keeping things PG around here, I’ll leave the subject right there. You’re welcome.
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All In One Bathroom

The combo of baking soda, castile soap (which I also use for making homemade laundry soap and hand soap), and essential oils bring a new definition to the words “clean bathroom.” These simple ingredients work hard on any dirt, smell, or mystery liquid. So yes, Mom, life has forever changed (all for the better), but your bathroom doesn’t have to.
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This modular all-in-one bathroom concept combines a shower, sink, tub and vanity in one compact unit. A portion of the ‘Flight’ cabinet folds down to become an elevated bathtub.
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5 from 6 votes Print DIY All-In-One Bathroom Cleaner Servings 1 -16oz. bottle Author Kristin Marr Ingredients 2 cups warm water distilled for longer-term use or tap water for short-term use 1 TB baking soda 2 TB castile soap 30 drops tea tree essential oil 20 drops sweet orange essential oil 16 oz glass spray bottle Instructions Pour the warm water into the bottle, followed by the baking soda. Shake the bottle to combine the ingredients. Add the castile soap and essential oils, gently shaking the bottle to combine. Use this spray to clean the tub, tile, toilet, sink, and even floor (particularly around the toilet.) Spray the surface, allow the cleaner to sit for a minute, then wipe with a damp cloth. Rinse the cloth as needed.
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Kristin, I have been using this bathroom cleaner for a while now and just wanted you to know I love it! Thanks for all your recipes, formulas, tips and guidance. You are appreciated! P.S. I also use your face lotion!
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Here’s another concept that hides bathroom fixtures in a wall so they’re out of the way when not in use. Each panel of the Fluid Wall has identical hidden mounting points so various components can be swapped out as desired by the user including sinks, toilets, shelves and storage.
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It’s in those sweet moments of mommy therapy, in the laughter and watching our children, that one realizes how much parenting changes one’s life. But this change isn’t bad, it’s just different. New challenges and joys are faced, new experiences are handled, and the reality of how little sleep a human being needs is immediately realized.
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Since having Piper and Londyn, I’ve also made drastic changes to our lifestyle. Gone are the days of freezer pop tarts and Tide laundry soap (trust me, that was a hard habit to quit.) Together as a family we’ve embraced homemade granola and laundry soap, but under one condition: homemade alternatives must be more effective (or in the case of food, better tasting and satisfying) than the toxic alternatives. This quest has led me to homemade Swiffer wipes, cleaning wipes, all-purpose cleaner, and so much more. It’s been freeing to break away from the need to buy expensive products at the store.
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Yesterday, I took the kids to a birthday party for one of Piper’s friends. The kids ran around, bounced, and played. The true highlight of the party was more than just a piece of cake or presents, it was the mom therapy.
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Clear all surfaces, then spray down everything (sink, counter, mirror, tub, toilet, etc.) Let it sit for a few minutes before wiping it down with a cloth. Don’t forget to rinse out the tub so it isn’t slippery!