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haiz, hubby doesnt want to lose the other room, so did not hack...

still looking out for screens to shut out the toilet...

any recs on where to shop for foldable screens?

GNEE HONG - search google.

$250-$380

 

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cantona7 - i have thought of moving to the other room, but it would mean having to walk to the masterbedroom toilet...some distance away...haiz...

We hacked away the wall and combine two room into one. Our room not veri big so the distance is not veri far still can reach the toilet bowl in time when urgent. :notti:

 

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My MBR also same bed infront of the toilet bowl, so we got no choice shift to the other room. :unsure:

Bro Mace can we dun close the toilet door cos our bed is at the other room??? :dunno:

it's very far from where you sleep lah....

 

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My MBR also same bed infront of the toilet bowl, so we got no choice shift to the other room. :P

Bro Mace can we dun close the toilet door cos our bed is at the other room??? 8|

 

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hi,

not only is my toilet bowl facing the door, it faces the bed in the masterbedroom...

assuming i do not have a choice, but to put the bed there, do you have any suggestions to hide the ugly sight?

i have thought of the following:

1) glass door --> too expensive

2) screen - those you can throw the towel/clothes over type (very classic)

3) feature wall --> too expensive

would appreciate if you have any ideas ...thanks in advance!

can consider those foldable partitions if your room is big enough.

 

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hi,

not only is my toilet bowl facing the door, it faces the bed in the masterbedroom...

assuming i do not have a choice, but to put the bed there, do you have any suggestions to hide the ugly sight?

i have thought of the following:

1) glass door --> too expensive

2) screen - those you can throw the towel/clothes over type (very classic)

3) feature wall --> too expensive

would appreciate if you have any ideas ...thanks in advance!

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My bed's directly in front of the toilet door, so i got my contractor to construct a wood panel feature wall / top-hung floor-to-ceiling sliding door to conceal the toilet entrance. first time visitors always wonder why there isnt a toilet in the mbdrm

 

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door closer

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since yr door is bi-fold, cannot install door closer unless u change to wooden door.

hi hi, thanks for the pics! now i know what is door closer liao... but too bad dun think bi-fold door can install this. Looks like i gotta closed the toilet door at all times!! but my hubby always forgotten to close it everytime he's done in the toilet!! :lol:

 

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automatic door closer - those you see in offices. a metal block with an arm.

around $20-$30 DIY.

sori, still dun really get what u meant... i abit 'mountain-tortoise' lah :) anyone has any pics to share? u mean i can get it from those home-fix store is it? can the door closer be used for those bi-fold toilet door?

 

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hi hi, may i know what door closer are you guys talking about? anyone has any pic to share? where can I buy the door closer? my master toilet also facing my bed. but not direct facing. is diagonally facing but i still close the door at night every night we sleep.

automatic door closer - those you see in offices. a metal block with an arm.

around $20-$30 DIY.

 

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