A friend of mine is in the process of buying a new home and is struggling to find the perfect house. She recently viewed a show home, which she said was beautiful. The new home featured a small, but pretty garden, a nice spacious kitchen and a reasonable amount of space throughout. The property featured an open-plan layout, both downstairs and upstairs. However there was one thing she couldn't get her head around. The master bedroom featured an en suite bathroom, which was part of the bedroom. She explained to me that there was a bath and toilet in the middle of the stylish bedroom. She felt that a private bathroom was absolutely essential and could not consider buying a property with this style of layout.
We recently chatted about this amongst a group of friends and opinions were split as to whether a bathroom door is a necessity or not. Personally I like the privacy of a bathroom door. Maybe it makes me a prude, but I like to have the en suite separated with a bathroom door. A friend said that she thought that an open plan bedroom is very stylish and ideal for a minimalist style decor. I explained that there are many stylish door options and told her to take a look at the Doorsan website where there is a great selection of internal doors. I personally like the modern, sleek, solid style internal doors and there are various styles to choose from. There is also a wide range of internal doors featuring clear or frosted glass. So if privacy is not an issue and more light is required, you may like to have a glazed door for the entrance of your bathroom. Depending on your preferences, you may or may not want a lock on the door. Most people tend to get a lock for their bathroom door and you can also purchase these from Doorsan.