Separating the dry from the wet part of the bathroom is of particular importance for the interior of this necessary space in every home. In addition to the fact that there are many options for placing a concrete partition in the bathroom, it also plays the role of a beautiful element of the decor.
Covering it with beautiful ceramic tiles or stones plays a crucial role in the design of this room. In addition to being a partition to separate the wet from the dry part, the partition in many cases helps to place additional towels, to place cosmetics, or beautiful decorative elements.
Browse through the designs collected here to determine the exact location, type, and size of a concrete partition wall for your bathroom.
To convince you that a concrete partition wall in the bathroom is necessary, we answer some of the most frequently asked questions.
Do we need to separate the dry from the wet space in the bathroom?
Yes, it is necessary, for greater hygiene of the room.
It is especially suitable for medium-sized and large bathrooms, where a thicker concrete wall would not take much of the space.
What are the advantages of the concrete partition wall in the bathroom?
This barrier will limit the spread of mold.
It will not be necessary to dry the entire room.
Cleaning is much easier than on glass partitions and does not need to be done between each use of the shower.
They are opaque, which allows for privacy when bathing, even if another family member has to use the dry part of the bathroom.
It doesn’t get too stuffy and hot like in glass shower cabins because the wet part remains open.
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1. Concrete partition wall with a color scheme
This bright and practical bathroom stands out from any other with its color scheme.
The partition walls for the wet part have green tiles on the inner wall and white tiles on the outer.
This stirs up the atmosphere without creating clutter.
Partition walls separate the wet area from both the toilet bowl and the sink where the dry towels are stored.
The oval mirror with a light-colored wood frame brings contrast and softness and is in sync with the texture of the wicker baskets.
2. Subtly lit partition concrete wall in the bathroom
When the shape of the bathroom does not allow daylight in both the wet and the dry part of the bathroom, place gentle lighting in the dark part so that you get, in addition to good visibility, enough romance for this room.
Hanging green plants add extra charm and comfort.
Place artificial greenery because natural plants will soon lose their freshness in this dimly lit area.
3. Concrete partition wall in the bathroom with two types of cladding
Usually, ceramic tiles in the bathroom do not completely cover the walls.
The upper part of these rooms should be filled with material that does not retain moisture.
Use these two types of coatings on the partition wall as well.
Thus, the interior of the bathroom will be in symmetry with the rest of the space.
4. Mini partition wall
If thick concrete walls feel a bit heavy and rough for your smaller bathroom, use this idea for a thin partition wall made of half concrete blocks.
Its size is sufficient to isolate the place under the shower, so that the toilet bowl does not get wet when using it.
Cover it with decorative tiles matching the other walls and this partition will be almost unnoticed.
5. Step-shaped partition wall in the bathroom
The design of this partition wall is particularly impressive.
The creativity of the stepped shape of the wall makes it quite functional, but also visually impressive.
The game of colors in the contrast attracts the focus with its design vision.
6. Concrete partition wall with stone cladding
The stone cladding on the walls creates an incredible sense of coziness and originality.
Stones give style, authenticity and charm.
Even a bathroom in the attic can be unique with its style and elegance.
The thin concrete wall covered with stone cladding completes the interior design of this small bathroom under the sky.
7. Black and white style
There is nothing more refreshing and elegant than a bathroom in black and white style.
The perfection comes from the white on the ceramic tiles on the walls, and the contrast in the patterned black and white figures on the floor.
Even in this small bathroom, a place was found for a concrete partition wall, elegantly dressed in white.
8. Partition wall with glass blocks
In order not to make the wall of solid concrete blocks look heavy, in this bathroom a wall is built from a combination of concrete and glass blocks.
This solution gives more light and additional focal detail on the dividing wall between the wet and dry part of the bathroom.
Combined with ceramic blocks in a bluish gray shade, the wall looks like the final finishing touch of the room.
The imitation wooden floor softens the details and adds texture in combination with the bamboo towel rack.
9. The wet part of the bathroom can also be dry
Behind the concrete partition in the bathroom, place a wooden grate above a lower floor level. In this way, the water will drain and you will not have to wipe the floor of even the wet part of the room.
Color the wooden slats in the shade of the rest of the bathroom decor for a better look.
10. Two partition walls to separate wet from dry in the bathroom
To completely separate the wet from the dry space in the bathroom, you can build two concrete partition walls at an angle.
This way you will almost close off the wet area of the bathroom and limit the water on the floor even further.
Place a non-slip mat in the shower area just to be safe.
11. Vintage style with partition wall in the bathroom
Concrete partition walls in the bathroom can be placed even in your summer cottage or country house.
The aged style syncs well enough with the concrete elements, especially when they are covered with a suitable retro plaster.
The additional niche in the partition wall perfectly completes the overall decor of the room with the two shelves of thick boards placed in it, combining successfully with the wooden cabinet under the sinks.
For a lovely finish, place wicker baskets and artificial hanging foliage.
12. Brick decor for the partition wall in the bathroom
A modern option for lining the wet space in the bathroom is with a coating that imitates rough bricks.
The color in this case was chosen to match the black furniture in the bathroom.
The complementary element is the flooring of terracotta tiles in the form of a parquet.
13. The partition wall is additional storage space
Here is another advantage of the concrete partition wall.
This way you will have a spot in the bathroom where you can place towel hangers.
This wall perfectly protects them from getting wet when taking a shower.
Cosmetics are placed on two decorative chairs, and clean towels are placed in the retro basket in the corner.
14. A low partition wall
To separate the wet from the dry part in the bathroom, it is not necessary to build a wall up to the ceiling.
A height of about 4-5 feet is enough to keep most of the room dry.
The other convenience of the lower walls is that they can also serve as a shelf.
15. Mini partition wall
This mini wall is built not so much to separate the wet from the dry part of the bathroom, but as a finishing touch to limit the wet space.
The floor is designed so that the puddle remains in the shower, and the wall is an extension of this edge.
The lining of the partition wall is like the other walls and it practically remains almost imperceptible.
This is an advantage for small bathrooms, as it does not stand out.
16. A diagonal concrete partition wall
This solution with a partition wall coming out of the corner of the bathroom is a good option for small bathrooms.
This way of separating the wet from the dry part of the room saves the extension of water pipes.
In this case, the plumbing for the tap and shower is in one place and is concealed in a column.
The color solution in this case creates a fresh and pleasant atmosphere in the room.
17. Mini partition in mini bathroom
Even super minimalist bathrooms can be spruced up with room for a partition wall.
In this case, the wall is super thin and barely noticeable but still effective.
The partition does not reach the ceiling, so that the natural light from the window can also enter the dry part of the room.
18. Round contours for a partition wall in the bathroom
Even if you are a fan of rounded contours, it does not hurt to have a partition wall in the bathroom.
The sharp edge can be softened and rounded, which will bring an added element to suit the round mirror and elliptical sink.
This will give a unique finish to the design of the entire room.
19. Two partition walls – three zones in the bathroom
A concrete wall in the bathroom perfectly separates the wet from the dry part of the room.
However, if you add another wall, you will have three different sections in the bathroom.
In this case, two walls are made in a perpendicular direction to be able to separate both the section with the sinks and the one with the toilet bowl.
The wet part remains enclosed and the room can be safely used, even if someone has just taken a shower.
20. Bright and elegant bathroom with partition wall
The light that enters this bathroom helps the wet and dry parts of it to be sufficiently illuminated.
This helps during the day, and for the evening, small elegant lamps are placed on the ceiling above the two parts of the room.
The concrete wall does not stretch all the way to the ceiling so there is additional space for plants or bathroom supplies.
In this daylight the plants will grow well enough and complement the decor.
21. Elegant stone gray design
The stone look of the slabs covering the partition wall creates a unique design style.
The complement comes from the dark wood of the cabinet and the large rectangular mirrors above the sink.
The black color of the towel racks adds to the dark and cozy feeling of the bathroom.
22. Partition wall and carpet limit the wet zone of the bathroom
An indicator that the wet part is well separated from the dry part in the bathroom is this rug that is placed next to the partition wall.
This design is very functional, as the person leaving the wet area can dry themselves while on the rug and leaves no wet marks on the dry floor in the rest of the bathroom.
The green plant complements the freshness and the mood.
23. Partition wall with nautical decor
Marine decor is always suitable for wall coverings in the bathroom.
Here, the partition wall is in sync with the nautical floor tiles.
This fresh decor is complemented by the colorful patterns on the walls.
The partition wall is low, allowing daylight from the window to enter both the wet and dry areas of the bathroom.
24. Let’s get wet
Yes, there is nothing wrong with getting wet, if measures are taken not to mess with the wet part in the bathroom.
The partition wall and the high elevation compared to the rest of the bathroom protect the dry zone from getting wet.
The inviting rug in front of the shower area is not only cheerful, but also functional.
25. Boards on the floor to drain the water
This shower floor solution brings its functionality.
The water gets under the boards and nothing spills over the side.
Coming from the wet section of the bathroom leaves no opportunity to spread puddles.
26. Design shapes for the partition wall
If you are a designer at heart and plain concrete partition walls bore you, there is solution for a change.
This wall curves in whimsical shapes that make it not only practical but also very striking.
The softness of the shapes is complemented by the oval sink.
The wall is open in the middle, allowing the installation of two showers.
27. Light in the partition wall in the bathroom
In some cases, a big concrete wall can make the wet area quite dark.
In order for it to not get too dark, additional lighting is installed in the niches in the wall.
This makes it easier to find the cosmetics we need and creates a comfortable atmosphere.
28. Dual functionality for the partition wall
Apart from separating the dry from the wet part of the bathroom, this partition wall also plays another role.
There is also an additional half wall added. The space between the two makes space for several shelves, providing additional storage space for towels and cosmetics.
The two walls create a decor that draws attention and makes the bathroom stand out.
A window has been installed in the big wall so that more light can enter the wet zone without the need of any artificial lighting.
29. Raised wet area behind partition wall in bathroom
Here, the wet part is raised above the floor, which further limits the puddles so that they do not take over the dry part of the room.
The wall is lined in the color of the floor in the dry part, and the wet floor in the color of the wall in the dry part.
This gives contrast and focal touches that make the decor versatile and elegant.
30. Style in marble and old gold
The marble slabs along this concrete partition wall are complemented by antique gold metal elements.
This makes both the wet and dry areas of the bathroom stylishly elegant.
The wet area is complemented by a seating area that does not reach the floor. Beneath it, a soft light creeps in, radiating additional romance.