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Old 04-26-2012, 10:09 PM   #1
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I was wondering if anyone could offer suggestions for laying out my new bathroom.

Minimum requirements: The wife would like a tub, a shower, a double sink vanity, and a toilet.

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Is there plumbing going in the room now?

Where's the drain lines?

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No plumbing in this room, will have to install it.
Room to the left is an existing bathroom.
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Separate tub & shower?
You have plenty of room for it.

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Are you doing all the work? If your hiring a company ask them if they have a 3D model. That way you can see your bathroom layout etc. and go from there
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Are you doing all the work? If your hiring a company ask them if they have a 3D model. That way you can see your bathroom layout etc. and go from there
If you want to play yourself? Sweet Home 3D is free open source software available for Windows, Mac and Unix. I like it for basics and the learning curve is fairly short. It has basic 3D capability although I don't think you can rotate or walk around the 3D model like with some programs but I may just not have tried that yet. I use it mainly for floorplans for permits and things. It does have a nice set of symbols for tubs, sinks, counters, etc with the basic install and you can download additional symbol sets. It is not something to be used for detail drawings although it does accurate dimensioning with lines if you want.

Others on this site like SketchUp. Google just abandoned future development of it yesterday though. You can still download it though.

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