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The Scoop on Jack & Jill Bathrooms



Jack and Jill aren’t just characters from a nursery rhyme. In the home renovation world, a Jack and Jill bathroom is a highly popular bathroom setup for (you guessed it) siblings, or for two or more people otherwise living in the same house. Will a Jack and Jill bathroom work for you and your family?

What’s a Jack & Jill Bathroom?

You’ve probably seen this type of bath in movies, where the siblings are fighting over their bathroom privileges. Basically, a Jack and Jill bathroom is a bathroom that can be accessed from two separate rooms. It often includes separate sinks, with a shared bath and toilet area. Having this type of bathroom arrangement has the potential to be the best thing to happen to you and your kids. Here’s how to make sure everybody’s going to be pleased.

Privacy, Please!

Since it can be accessed from two separate doors, whoever is using the Jack and Jill bathroom may feel somewhat exposed. To keep other people from barging in while the bathroom is occupied, make sure to install locks on both sets of doors. The doors should lock on both sides. Just remember to unlock once you leave.

His, Hers, Theirs

Maximize the Jack and Jill bathroom by having two sinks that can be used simultaneously. A lot of time can be saved if two people can go about their bathroom business at the same time, in the same space!

Renovations That Work for Every Family

Here at DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen, we aren’t just bathroom remodel experts. We also specialize in a wide array of home improvement services that can improve your life. Find the DreamMaker nearest you today so we can get your home renovations started!

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