Right now I’m working on the layout of the master bath in the house. It’s currently teeny tiny and quite awkward, but I’ve been in contact with a local plumbing expertÂ to ensure that this doesn’t turn up to be a big fiasco. We’re planning on taking over the chimney and a very large hall closet. The closet may actually be larger than the bathroom… It’s an odd layout that is going to be greatly helped by the removal of the chimney. I was able to figure out my bathroom design by going to WA Assett. Here is what I’m thinking, here’s the floorplan:
Home remodeling takes know-how and inspiration. We are planning on splitting the long, narrow room (6 ft x 14 ft) into a power-room and a master bath. The walk-in shower and toilet along one wall, with a vanity along the other. Â The vanity may be as picture, with two sinks and a wall unit between them but we are also considering pedestal sinks and antique furniture redone to be a vanity. Â We’ll see what we end up with!
The powder room is small with a toilet and a small pedestal. Â Some storage above the toilet for hand towels and toilet paper and we’ll call it good.
Here is one inspiration image(from BHG). Imagine a shower, that shape and size (but with shower head upgrade for sure!). The toilet would be to the left of the shower, where the bathtub is in the image. There is a rather large window above the toilet which will need an appropriate window covering. I want an all-tile shower with penny tile floors and white subway tile walls. The 1/2 wall with the glass and the glass door is what I’m thinking.
Another reason I love this image, look at that monogram. I love it. Modern but traditional. Bold but still formal. I need to see if Mom and the embroidery machine can get cracking on those! Love Em!
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That’s the thinking for today!