I'm playing around with floor plans right now and came across a bathroom-related issue that I'd like to briefly discuss.
And that is that the bathroom in my house will likely be in a converted attic. It's a hipped roof with a 30-degree, max 35-degree slope, an 80-cm lap floor, and as a result the bathroom will probably have two slopes.
To use the space wisely (I want to use higher areas for a separate shower and washbasin) and because I also find it quite cozy (like looking outside when it rains or a light breeze in summer), I would like to place the tub under the skylight.
I asked myself:
Aside from the ceiling height issue, is there any downside to placing the tub directly below the skylight?
I often see this in pictures, but what is often done is not necessarily always good.
What spontaneously occurred to me is this:
Does the window always fog up when you bathe and you can't see anything anyway, or do the droplets drip off?
"Cold air 'falls' into the window in the winter, so it's easy to get a draft in the bathroom when you're wet, or is that not the case with modern windows anyway?
Since I like to take baths long and often, it's important to me that I don't get my plans wrong.