15 Free Bathroom Floor Plans You Can Use

illustration of bathroom floor plan blueprints

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It makes sense to sketch out floor plans for a whole-house remodel, so why not for the bathroom, too? Yet bathroom remodels often escape the lay-it-out-on-paper stage. Homeowners are often prone to engaging in mental planning only, perhaps on the theory that bathrooms are so small and have so few services that physical plans are pointless.

In reality, the tight space of a bathroom calls for even more rigorous planning than you normally practice. For example, a bathtub placed too close to the toilet or a sink cabinet without adequate buffering spells disaster for this tiny area. Careful bathroom planning can help you anticipate these problems while you can still adjust.

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    Small 48-Square-Foot Full Bathroom

    Illustration of small full bathroom floor plan measuring 96"x72"
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    Small and smart are the names of the game in this bathroom plan, which effectively fits in a toilet, tub, and sink, all in a mere 48 square feet. As tiny as it is, this bathroom is perfectly sufficient as a full main bathroom for a small house or as a guest bathroom for a larger house.


    • Length: 96 inches
    • Width: 72 inches
    • Area: 48 square feet


    • A super-sized 72-inch bathtub occupies one end of the room.
    • Sconce lights are located on either side of the sink.
    • Lower plumbing and electrical costs are achieved by confining the water and drain lines and electrical lines along one wall.
    • Using a pedestal sink rather than a vanity maximizes available space.
    • Open wall to the right of the door can accommodate a small cabinet for towels.
    • The room includes space for a bathtub or shower stall.
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    61-Square-Foot Full Bathroom

    Illustration of full bathroom floor plan measuring 98"x90"
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    More floor space in a bathroom remodel gives you more design options. This bathroom plan can accommodate a single or double sink, a full-size tub or large shower, and a full-height linen cabinet or storage closet, and it still manages to create a private corner for the toilet. Instead of loading up the plan with more features, this plan provides more space through smarter spacing of the basic features.


    • Length: 98 inches
    • Width: 90 inches
    • Area: 61 square feet


    • A spacious and airy feeling is created through the effective spacing of basic features.
    • Careful planning provides space to accommodate a larger-sized shower if desired.
    • A large vanity could be used for double sinks or one sink plus an extra-long countertop.
    • The room could accommodate a partition wall and door to enclose the toilet area for privacy.
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    80-Square-Foot Bathroom With Tub and Shower

    Illustration of 80 square foot bathroom floor plan with tub measuring 118"x98".
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    If you have the budget, this is an excellent bathroom plan that provides tons of flexibility. This plan features both a shower stall and a bathtub, both of which are valuable for those busy mornings when two need to bathe at once. The key to making this tight plan work is the corner shower stall with a rounded front, which maximizes space and allows for easier traffic flow.


    • Length: 98 inches
    • Width: 118 inches
    • Area: 80 square feet


    • A true primary bathroom is created in a limited space.
    • The room offers two ways to bathe, either with a shower or a bathtub.
    • A shallow cabinet for towels and other bathroom accessories can be located in the front space, away from moisture.

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    Tiny 17-Square-Foot Half Bath

    Illustration of 18 square foot half bath bathroom floor plan measuring 48"x52".
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    This bathroom plan is little more than a toilet and a sink, suitable for hand-washing and toilet duties only. This is an ideal half bath for short-term guests who are not spending the night. Such a small bathroom is known as a powder room, guest bathroom, or half bath.


    • Length: 52 inches
    • Width: 48 inches
    • Area: 17 square feet


    • A pedestal sink makes the best use of limited space.
    • Plumbing fixtures confined to one wall make for simple plumbing work.
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    Basic Three-Quarter (3/4) Bathroom

    Illustration of basic three quarter bathroom floor plan measuring 68"x94".
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    This rectangular room makes for a tight fit, but it manages to squeeze a toilet, sink, and shower into a fairly small space. Using a shower rather than a bathtub saves space since a shower has a smaller footprint.


    • Length: 94 inches
    • Width: 68 inches
    • Area: 44 square feet


    • Wide 36-inch vanity provides ample counter space.
    • Shower sized at 36 inches by 36 inches visually balances out the vanity.
    • The careful arrangement prevents the toilet from facing the doorway.
    • The layout provides room for the door to swing open.
    • Use of a shower instead of a tub retains enough space for a cabinet.
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    Bathroom With Bump-Out Alcove for Tub

    Illustration of bathroom with bump out alcove tub floor plan measuring 72"x48"x60"x132".
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    If you're fortunate enough to have a bump-out area, this layout is for you. Install a whirlpool or an oversized 72-inch bathtub in the window alcove area, tile the walls up to the bottom of the windows, and enjoy the light and view as you bathe.


    • Length (main room): 132 inches
    • Width (main room): 60 inches
    • Length: (tub alcove): 72 inches
    • Width: (tub alcove): 48 inches
    • Area (main room): 55 square feet
    • Area (tub alcove): 24 square feet
    • Area (total): 79 square feet


    • This bathroom features a generous space for the bathtub as the focus of the room.
    • Clever layout allows an awkwardly shaped space to become a unique bathroom haven.
    • The space could accommodate a long, wall-to-wall vanity with double sinks.
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    Bathroom for an Awkward Room Shape

    Illustration of bathroom floor plan for awkward room shape measuring 96"x96"x60".
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    Sometimes the available space for a bathroom is not perfectly rectangular. It might be that a furnace closet, coat closet, or structural components impinge on the bathroom space. This 64-square-foot bathroom plan is an example of how to tuck all of the features needed for a full bathroom into spaces that are available.


    • Length: 96 inches
    • Width: 96 inches
    • Area: 64 square feet


    • An off-set vanity sink makes efficient use of a long, narrow space.
    • The bathing space is isolated from the toilet with an alcove wall.
    • Space behind the entry door can be used for utilities, a coat closet, or other storage.
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    64-Square-Foot Bathroom Plan With a Private Toilet

    Illustration of bathroom floor plan with isolated privacy for toilet measuring 96"x96"x60".
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    In a home where the bathroom must be used by more than one person at the same time, a walled-in private space for the toilet can greatly improve the usefulness of the bathroom. This plan provides partition walls and a space-saving pocket door to create a toilet alcove.

    A conventional door wastes space because you need to account for door-swing. Using a pocket door instead reclaims that space.


    • Length: 96 inches
    • Width: 96 inches
    • Area: 64 square feet


    • A long vanity and countertop make a double sink possible.
    • The layout includes generous private space for the toilet.
    • Use of a pocket door maximizes available space by eliminating door swing.
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    Three-Quarter (3/4) Bathroom Plan With a Storage Room

    Illustration of three quarter bathroom floor plan with storage room measuring 96"x96".
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    Can you fit a toilet, tub, double sink, and floor-to-ceiling cabinet into a mere 64 square feet? While tight, this is possible, especially when privacy walls isolate the bathtub and toilet areas. One limitation of this layout is that the entry door will swing into the cabinet.


    • Length: 96 inches
    • Width: 96 inches
    • Area: 64 square feet


    • A careful layout and a standard size 60-inch bathtub allow space for a storage cabinet.
    • The room allows space for a double sink.
    • The bathtub and toilet receive privacy thanks to inner partition walls.
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    Large Bathroom Plan With Open Floor Space

    Illustration of full bathroom floor plan with open floor space measuring 108"x114".
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    The best of all worlds is a large bathroom space with relatively square dimensions. With this bathroom plan, it is possible to retain maximum open floor space by arranging the fixtures on opposite walls and using a shower rather than a full bathtub.


    • Length: 114 inches
    • Width: 108 inches
    • Area: 85 1/2 square feet


    • This bathroom plan offers considerable open floor space.
    • It includes all features and has both a bathtub and shower.
    • An extra-wide vanity with double sink is included.
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    Long, Narrow 50-Square-Foot Bathroom Plan

    Illustration of long, narrow bathroom floor plan measuring 60"x120".
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    A long and narrow bathroom space can be difficult to plan around. One idea is to cap the end of the bathroom with a custom tiled shower. This effectively shortens the length of the room and makes it easier to integrate the remaining features. This floor plan could work with a door almost anywhere along the open long wall. Ideally, you would want to avoid placing the toilet directly in front of the door unless absolutely necessary.


    • Length: 120 inches
    • Width: 60 inches
    • Area: 50 square feet


    • A custom-built tiled shower at the end accommodates and maximizes the usage of the five-foot width of the room.
    • The shape of the room makes a very long vanity and countertop possible. Two sink basins are easily accommodated. Another option is to have a single sink basin and a very long countertop.
    • This layout can be adapted to feature a shorter vanity integrated with a tall linen closet.
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    Fun and Simple Bathing Room for Kids

    Illustration of simple bathroom floor plan for kids measuring 144"x144".
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    This large square bathing room features a large clawfoot tub, pedestal sink, and plenty of floor space for wrangling kids into the bathtub. Treat this wide-open space as your canvas for fun and fanciful designs.


    • Length: 144 inches
    • Width: 144 inches
    • Area: 144 square feet


    • The clawfoot bathtub is a fun addition that kids love.
    • There's plenty of space for a chair to create a comfy sitting area to use when keeping an eye on the kids.
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    Long Space for a Custom Shower

    Illustration of bathroom floor plan with shower and tub measuring 96"x144".
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    This bathroom plan uses the end of a narrow room for a custom tile shower. A clawfoot tub and a small vanity leave flexibility for the position of the toilet. The toilet could be tucked in-between the end of the bathtub and the shower wall or positioned to the side of the vanity and the sink.


    • Length: 144 inches
    • Width: 96 inches
    • Area: 96 square feet


    • The room features both a clawfoot tub and a walk-in, custom-tiled shower.
    • This layout provides flexibility in the positioning of the toilet.
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    Unique Double-Door Shower With an Exterior Exit

    Illustration of bathroom floor plan with shower exit to outdoors measuring 72"x144"
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    Not many homes can accommodate a bathroom floor plan that has a door leading from the shower to the deck. But with enough landscape privacy, this bathroom would be truly unique. It features a large frameless glass shower with an exterior door leading onto a deck.


    • Length: 144 inches
    • Width: 72 inches
    • Area: 72 square feet


    • The large glass shower has an exterior door, providing access to a deck or pool area.
    • This layout gives you plenty of space near the vanity.
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    Bathroom With Alcove Tub and Surround

    Illustration of bathroom floor plan with alcove tub and surround measuring 144"x90".
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    Many bathrooms make use of an alcove design in which the bathtub/shower is recessed into a framed alcove, with the three alcove walls covered with surround panels. An advantage of such a layout is that the room retains open floor space, which is ideal for family bathrooms.


    • Length: 144 inches
    • Width: 90 inches
    • Area: 90 square feet


    • The alcove tub allows for a wide-open floor area.
    • The long wall adjacent to the door could accommodate a linen cabinet or other storage units.