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Jack-And-Jill Bathroom Plans

For families who have kids at home, a Jack-and-Jill bathroom can be an excellent help to streamline the morning routine and save space in the floor plan. A Jack-and-Jill bathroom can be used by both of the secondary bedrooms. It typically has two doors connecting either to the two bedrooms or to the hallway and one of the bedrooms. The Jack-and-Jill bathroom often features two sinks and a separate toilet area, so the home's occupants can have some privacy while sharing a bathroom.

If you are shopping for Jack-and-Jill bathroom plans, you will find that the plans offer variety. Not only do you have the traditional bathroom design connected to the bedrooms, but you can have designs that connect to the hallway as well. Choose from one or two sinks, private toilet or bath areas, and additional storage within the bathroom itself.

Benefits of Jack-and-Jill Floor Plans

If you're shopping for a new floor plan, there are several reasons to consider a Jack-and-Jill design: First, this floor plan will save both space and money. Rather than giving each room its own bathroom, you can have one bathroom to serve the needs of multiple occupants.

For designs that connect through the bedrooms, rather than the hallway, a Jack-and-Jill bathroom can provide excellent privacy. When you have company, you won't have to run to the kids' bathroom and make sure it's clean. House plans with Jack-and-Jill bathrooms typically have another powder room or three-quarters bathroom for guest use, so the kids can keep their mess contained.

Find Jack-and-Jill Bathroom Designs With Donald A. Gardner Architects

If you have decided that a Jack-and-Jill bathroom layout makes sense for your family, you will find a number of shared bathroom floor plans with Donald A. Gardner Architects. As you browse our plans, you will see the variety available with this type of bathroom. If you like the traditional Jack-and-Jill bathroom with doors connecting directly to the bedrooms, consider The Braxton. On the second floor of this 2,876-square-foot home, you will have two spacious bedrooms with walk-in closets. A bathroom connecting the two bedrooms has double sinks and a full-size bathtub. The Sedona Ridge, a one-story, 2,843-square-foot home, also has a Jack-and-Jill bathroom. However, this particular design offers a separate door for the shower and toilet for additional privacy.

These are just two examples of the many Jack-and-Jill bathroom plans available from Donald A. Gardner Architects. Take some time to use the advanced search feature to see more of these plans. If you have a plan you already love that does not have a shared bathroom, consult with our modification team to see how you can transform your existing plan into one with a Jack-and-Jill bathroom layout.

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