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A typical home bathroom has been one of the smaller rooms in the house for decades. Only in recent years have larger bathrooms emerged that include room for a whirlpool tub and dressing table. A standard full bath still works well if clutter is kept to a minimum and extra storage space is available in a nearby room or hallway. A standard bathroom measures 5 feet by 8 feet. It has a bath-shower combo, sink and toilet. You will need to allow these dimensions to create a full bath; however, you can create a 6-by-6-foot small bathroom with a corner shower if space is tight. Design the standard bath by using graph paper to create various layouts in relation to the entry door. Planning adequate storage makes a standard bath work well. It’s usually a good idea to have closet space in a hallway or bedroom. Stacks of towels and toiletries can be stored in that closet. Basic bath and dressing items can be stored in a vanity cabinet or cabinet above the toilet. As long as you reduce clutter and make the bathroom user-friendly, there is no real inconvenience in utilizing a standard bathroom in most cases.