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Hi Folks,

I am planning a bathroom upgrade and need to figure out what to tell my builders/decorators. Although they suggest the odd thing now and again they generally don't want to help me design anything.

My problem is that the bathroom is quite thin - just 155cm from side wall to side wall. The far end currently has a sink, a window, an electric shower, and one end of a normal 170cm bath.

What I want to do is get someone to put in a 150cm bath at the end of the room - ie rotated through 90degrees and across where the sink is currently.

Am I wrong in wanting to do this? Is the problem installing a bath like that?

One issue I have is that my current shower curtain is attached to a piece of wood in front of the window. If the bath stays where it is then I can't put in a glass screen.

Any tips?

I can make a floorplan if that will help.


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Floorplan please including any waste pipes.

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Small baths are available. My mum has one 4'8" long(OUTSIDE dimensions)

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