Standard Bathroom Size?

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The standard bathroom size is based on the space required for a person to safely function in a bathroom. There is not one set standard size for bathrooms because each house is different and when someone is building a home they can pick room size. Many homes do have bathrooms about 5' X 8' that fit the tub/shower, toilet, and sink with very little extra space.
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