Sink cabinets. A few people like pedestal or wall-mounted sinks in their master bathroom remodeling project; however, the majority want sinks built into countertops with drawers and cabinets that contain storage. The minimum is 24 inches (61 centimeters) wide, while 30 to 36 inches (76 to 92 centimeters) per person are the more common and comfortable dimensions.
Moving up to 48 inches (122 centimeters) in width per person provides ample space in more luxurious settings. The depth of a bath cabinet is usually 21 to 22 inches (53 to 56 centimeters). The height begins at 32 to 34 inches (81 to 86 centimeters) but is more frequently 36 inches (92 centimeters), which is the standard kitchen cabinet height.
While many shapes and sizes have been and are still available, most tubs are 60 to 72 inches (152 to 183 centimeters) in length and 30 to 42 inches (76 to 107 centimeters) in width. The space needed for a tub depends on which configuration you prefer. You will also want to consider whether you want a jetted tub, where water is pushed into the bath by a pump for a whirlpool effect.
If your budget and space allow, you might want the water closet to be its own separate room, a setup especially popular in the past three decades. This room should be a minimum of 36 inches wide (92 centimeters) and 60 inches (152 centimeters) in length. For luxurious accommodations, a width of 42 to 48 inches (107 to 122 centimeters) and a length of 66 to 72 inches (168 to 183 centimeters) will provide a spacious and comfortable setting. – Houzz
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