Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
unlike mine, his has a fairly spacious adjacent room that can be blacked out and functions as the "dry side".
I'm lucky enough to have a small slice of an adjacent room where I can do most of my processing and printing. No running water but it is easy enough to carry water the several steps as needed. Gives me a bit more elbow room than trying to fit everything in the bathroom. Clean up and print/film washing happens in the W.C.

I was searching for a table to span my john to put my print washer on but just couldn't relax, worrying about overflows so I moved that whole operation into the shower just as Bruce did.

This is a great thread. It shows that no matter if you have a tiny bathroom or can outfit a roomy purpose-built space, with a little thought and innovation, you can always manage to get set up to produce outstanding analog prints.