A Jack and Jill bathroom (or Jill and Jill bathroom, or Jack and Jack bathroom) is simply a bathroom connected to two bedrooms. This is as especially helpful set up if you have children or grandchildren who frequently spend the night, as each child or teenager can use the bath without bothering the masters of the house. Furthermore, since Jack and Jill house plans also tend to feature a powder room on their main level, the kids’ bath (i.e. the Jack and Jill bath) need not also be the guest bath. Parents of somewhat messy children (in other words…parents) will easily understand why this is important. Basically it means that when the neighbor decides to pop in unexpectedly and requests to use the lieu, a frantic removal of hair from drains and wet, balled up towels from floors need not occur.
Note: As you browse the below collection, you’ll discover some Jack and Jill bathrooms featuring two separate quarter baths (the more strict definition of what a Jack and Jill bath is supposed to be), while others simply offer two sinks and doors to each adjoining bedroom.