“Stone Bathroom Flooring” – once I use this term does this conjure up pictures of finding the perfect resource for toilet floor plans that will somehow magically put your entire bathroom remodeling job all together? Well, I’m sorry to disappoint you but what the term “bathroom floor plans” actually should be giving you is actually the starting point for your entire bathroom remodeling job.
The best way is to make a rough drawing. Don’t be worried if it’s not perfect – capture the overall shape of your toilet in a rough freehand drawing to start. The drawing should look like the form of your toilet floor plans when you’re finished.
Now take measurements of all of the walls in your toilet and you wish to catch an assistant and also a tape measure. You wish to have the ability to use these measurements to create what’s known as a drawing to actually use on your toilet floor plans.
You can catch some chart paper and design the drawing to scale. Draw a rectangle on the graph paper that’s sized into a scale if your toilet is a rectangle 10 ft wide by 8 ft deep. You can put this floor plan on an 8 ” x 11″ sheet of chart paper by letting each inch over the drawing represent one foot on your real floor plan.
You may want to create copies of this floor plan once you’re satisfied that you have the basic form of this floor plan drawn to scale. You be able to erase the fittings and are able to sketch different fixtures onto one of those drawings that are copied.
You can start drawing to scale as you can, the fixtures that your remodelled bathroom will have, The sink/vanity unit, the tub/shower, the toilet and any additional fixtures you need. Mark the location of the drain line for reference sake.
It’s possible to cut out pieces of paper the size of your main fixtures if you would like to try “playing around” with the arrangement of those fixtures.