Office Partitions

Last updated on March 20th, 2020 at 01:01 pm

Choosing New Office Bathroom Partitions

If you’re a manager or business owner remodeling your office bathrooms, you may be wondering how to select office partitions for your bathroom. Your bathroom reflects your business’ priorities and values. A restroom with high-quality fixtures makes a great impression on employees and customers. Believe it or not, partitions are a driving factor for both style and function, so choosing the right office bathroom partitions is vital.

Choose the Right Material

When choosing new bathroom partitions for your office, the material can impact the look and feel of your space. Some elements offer strength, while others give off style and elegance. As you choose your office’s new bathroom stalls, consider who will use your facilities. If you need to impress VIP clients, it’s crucial to pick attractive partitions that match your brand. If your office restrooms are open to the public or see hundreds of visitors a day, you’ll need stalls that can withstand heavy use.

There are five common materials for bathroom partitions.

  • Powder-coated steel: Powder-coated steel is a favorite for office spaces because it is durable with a matte finishPowder-coated steel is a sturdy material that resists chipping, scratches, abrasions, fading and corrosion alikeOur powder-coated steel comes in 15 color options — a perfect complement to a variety of branded color palettes. It’s an excellent match for any budget because it’s the most affordable partition material we offer.
  • Stainless steel: For a classic, sleek office space, nothing beats stainless steel. With a sophisticated brushed finish, stainless steel will match any interior design. No matter the tiles, countertop and light fixtures you choose, stainless steel will give your restroom a look of refinement. Durable and modern, stainless steel is a premium restroom stall material.
  • Laminate: Laminate offers the most design flexibility, which is why interior designers favor the material. Laminate stalls have a particleboard core,coated in a layer of durable melamine. While we don’t recommend using laminate in a high-moisture environment, it comes in almost 50 colors and patterns. You can choose from designs that mimic cloth, wood, stone textures and more. This flexibility lets you customize your bathroom to the look and feel of your brand for an affordable cost.
  • Solid plastic: The non-porous surface of solid plastic offers superior moisture resistance. Solid plastic partitions are an excellent option for bathrooms with heavy foot traffic, due to the high density of the materialOur solid plastic panels have a textured surface that comes in 16 color varieties. Solid plastic gives you a durable material for a mid-range price.
  • Phenolic: With the durability of solid plastic and the aesthetic of laminate, phenolic restroom partitions are of high quality. Phenolic partitions feature high-pressure laminate, a substance that fuses several layers of resin-treated paper. Their construction is resistant to both moisture and germs. Our phenolic partitions come in 13 colors, with neutrals and nature-inspired patterns like wood and graniteThe durability and visual appeal of phenolic make it a premium material for bathroom designs.

Design Your Office Bathroom Partitions


After you’ve picked your material, the next step to choosing the right bathroom partition is looking at the design of your space. The design of your office’s bathrooms can make a space feel luxurious or functional. Just like the material you pick, the design is a reflection of your company and its values. It’s a space your employees, customers and clients will use regularly, so getting things right is a priority. Here are some items you should consider during your design process.

  • The number of stalls: How large is the space you are building or renovating? How many toilets do you need to fit the number of people your facilities will service? In a men’s room, you’ll need to decide how many urinals and privacy partitions to include.
  • Layout: Does your restroom need to be accessible to those with disabilities? If so, you’ll need to design a bathroom that follows ADA guidelines. Another factor to consider in the layout is the flow of traffic. You’ll want your restroom to maximize the number of stalls, while also creating a comfortable environment for visitors.
  • Measurements: To ensure your layout fits in your space, you will need to make accurate measurements. Find dimensions for the space and determine the depth of the bathroom partitions. Consider whether the stall doors will swing in or out and if they will have enough room for the arc of the door.
If you need help with your bathroom design, One Point Partitions has free resources to help you plan. Our expert design team can help you create a layout, whether you need a single stall or are fitting your entire building with multi-stall bathrooms. All you have to do is pick your partition material and send us your ideas and contact information.
We also offer a free pricing tool that lets you input the number of bathrooms, select from a variety of popular layouts and set custom dimensions. This tool can help you estimate the cost of your project and visualize the design of your bathroom in a few easy steps.

Installation Process

Once you’ve ordered and received new partitions for your office bathroom, you’re ready to install them. You might work with a professional to help with the installation, or follow the straightforward directions for DIY installation. Various materials have different installation processes, so it is essential to look at the instructions that come included with your order. Here is a quick overview of the installation process.

  1. Confirm your layout: First, look at your design and compare it against the order you’ve received, to make sure all your materials are there. Next, mark the walls of your bathroom where you’ll place each partition and fastener.
  2. Install wall and floor brackets: Once you’ve measured and marked where to place each bracket, drill holes into each spot you marked. Loosely screw in each fastener, for now, so you can adjust their positions later.
  3. Place the panel: Next, position the side partition panel with its designated brackets. Each partition should be about 12 inches above the floor. Hold off on fastening the panel in place.
  4. Install pilaster U-brackets: The U-shaped brackets will secure the columns on either side of the door, better known as pilasters. Note that pilasters up against a wall will not need U-brackets.
  5. Install pilaster: With the pilaster brackets secure, next place the columns inside their stainless steel shoes. Screw them in and keep them loose at first so you can make adjustments to give the door the best fit.
  6. Secure partition and attach door: Adjust the pilasters and panels and tighten all brackets and screws. Next, assemble the door and install it between the pillars. You can create an inward or outward swing as desired.

Choose the Best Partitions With One Point Partitions

If you need help choosing office bathroom partitions, the experts at One Point Partitions are at your service. We pride ourselves on our one-on-one service to all our customers. Whether you order one or 100 new partitions, we’ll help you through the entire process. We can help you find the right materials and design for your space, so you know you’re getting the best partitions for your restroom’s needs. All our partition doors, panels, and pilasters are 100% American made, and we will send you an initial mockup blueprint at no cost to you.
Want to know more about materials or anything else related to your restroom partitions? We’re happy to help! Feel free to contact us today with any of your questions. Or, if you’re ready to order, fill out our fast and easy pricing tool to get a free quote.

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You’re Involved at Every Step

At One Point Partitions, we don’t do simple catalog bathroom partition systems. We create custom bathroom solutions that take into account the size, shape and layout of your office bathroom. Instead of trying to fit a “standard” set of partitions into your bathroom and wasting valuable space, our designers approach your bathroom as a unique project that deserves a bespoke approach and design.

You’ll choose from one of our five materials (powder-coated steel, laminate, solid plastic, phenolic or stainless steel) and dozens of colors and finishes. You can match the overall style and feel of your office space for a harmonious, upscale feel. Our high-quality materials and solid construction will give you years of dependable use. All of our office bathroom partitions are easy to clean and require very little maintenance.

All that’s left to do is contact our team here at One Point Partitions and we’ll get started on your design and quotation. Click on through our materials and colors and select the ones you’d like to see as free samples. Simply fill in our online pricing tool or give us a call and we’ll show you how we’ve become one of the leading American manufacturers of office bathroom partitions.

Andy Huges - Team Member of One Point Partitions

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Andy started One Point Partitions with his brother Jason Hughes. Andy has been here since 2006 and is always striving for easier better ways to provide partitions. Andy graduated from Iowa State University and has been in construction and product sales for much of his career. He spends his free time fishing and traveling....but mostly fishing. And fishing some more. Give him a shout today!
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Jason started One Point Partitions with his brother Andy Hughes. Finding easier and better ways to help customers since 2006 has been Jason's goal for the company. Jason is a graduate of the University of Iowa and spends free time with his family on a farm.
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Brandon has been in the toilet and bathroom partitions business since 2006 and has been with the company since 2007. He is a graduate of Middle Tennessee University where he was a standout football player. He spends much of his free time with his family who all are active in sports.
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Brock comes from the tech industry and has put his knowledge to use designing partition layouts. He is a graduate of DMACC and has experience managing and operating businesses. He and his wife enjoy motorcycle trips and maybe a few intense video games here and there. Brock on!
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Jhoana is a recent graduate in the field of Architectural Engineering Technology. She grew up in construction and starting helping her Father at jobsites at a very young age. Jhoana is right at home here at One Point Partitions designing and laying out bathroom partitions for customers. Jhoana speaks fluent English and Spanish and is ready to work with you on your restroom partition project.

COVID-19 Update

Last updated on March 20th, 2020 at 01:01 pm

We would like to assure our customers that their have been no changes in our operations due to COVID-19. Please reach out to us directly with any questions you may have about our partitions and we will get back to you as quickly as possible.