I am planning to remodel my master bathroom, the current bathroom has a double sink, over sized tub/shower that has dangerous steps.
I want to design a new floor plan that still has a double sink, but with a soaker tub and a nicer size walken shower. Here is an image of the current bathroom:
I have no issues moving drains or rerunning plumbing, so any idea is appreciated.
I really think my bathroom could make a great bathroom remodel, but alas the networks never film in orlando fl...
Edit: I removed the html code, it wasn't working and it caused a HTML issue where I could not see the edit buttonThis message has been edited. Last edited by: NonBlocking,
OK, I'll try this with words:
1. Remove tub, sinks, toilet and closet.
2. Along the 10' wall install a rectangular 60" x 42" tub pretty much where the tub is now.
3. Also along that same 10' wall, build a 42" x 60" shower so that the end shower wall butts up to the tub. The shower will be in the space that is currently to the left of the sinks.
4. In the space that now has the toilet and closet, install a double vanity. You'll have to make a custom top that angles back into the wall by the door.
5. Install the toilet where the right-hand sink is now.
Note: You can do a larger tub and a smaller shower if you prefer, just adjust the sizes so that the total fits within the 10' wall length.
I recently did a bathroom remodel in our main bath that included gutting most of it and reconfiguring the space. I agree with Jaybee about relocating the shower over to the wall adjacent to the tub. I would enclose the walkin shower in glass, and the end that butts up against the tub I would do glass from the top of the tub all the way up to the ceiling. Glass will make the room seem larger because you can see thru it. I would relocate the toilet where Jaybee suggested, but the vanities I would change up a bit. I would put in an "L" shaped vanity with a cupboard in the corner and a sink on each side. You might want to consider an appliance garage in the middle of the cupboard with electrical outlets for such things as electric toothbrushes, shavers, blow dryers, etc., that you can tuck out of the way. For a bit of bling, you might consider a small chandelier. I hope this helps and good luck.
Thanks, I am going to see how it all works together, I like the idea of moving the toilet to where the right sink is and putting a single vanity there, and have a second vanity in a different area...idk, I am going to keep playing arround with the layout
Here is my current arrangement:
I was watching a episode of bath crashers ( http://www.floorplanner.com/projects/19443269) and they had two vanity areas so I am going to see if I can do something like thatThis message has been edited. Last edited by: NonBlocking,
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