37 Ideas for Separating Wet-Dry Bathroom Zones With Concrete Walls

37 Ideas for Separating Wet-Dry Bathroom Zones With Concrete Walls

Slipping in the bathroom is one of the top accidents in the home, especially for homes with elderly people and young children The main reason is caused by the accumulation of wetness, causing bathroom floor to have moss and mold If the bathroom is not well designed, it can become a dangerous zone in your home

It is another simple way, suitable for bathrooms that have a shower zone layout at the edge of the room By constructing a wall protruding about 80-100 cm, depending on the size of the bathroom

The floor area of the shower may be designed to have a floor level below the dry zone about 5-10 cm to prevent water from flowing out to the floor


This method is a budget-saving method and a level of splash protection But it may feel darker than clear glass

Wall should cover the wall surface with materials that are easy to clean, such as ceramic tiles Or in case of bare polishing, coat with another layer of polish to prevent moisture accumulating and easier to clean


One of the advantages of separate wet and dry zone is that make the bathroom easy to maintain To clean it, just brush the wet area, while the dry area is enough to sweep, mop, and wipe again to dry

In addition, this type of bathroom rarely experience problems such as leaking or clogging because there is rarely a long-standing puddle in the room










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