We remodeled Full Bath into a Half Bath
We took our most frequently used bathroom between the kitchen and the office and removed the tub/shower to create a more spacious half bath. In 16 years neither of us used the tub we inherited from previous owner. We gained counter and storage space. Hardest part was relocating the toilet to a different wall, which foiled our plans to have a one piece Kohler Cimarron there because of the rough-in size. We ended up with an American Standard Cadet 3, which is Ok, but not our favorite.
We remodeled this room at the same time as our masterbath and laundry, so the hard part was keeping all pieces labeled so that the wrong tiles did not show up in the wrong spaces.
We chose a southwestern color palette with warm and cool colors, but they do not photograph well and seem washed out in these shots. The mirror - trying to decide whether it is the right one, as it covers too much of the stone wall. Just found an iron trim Quoizel mirror that has a lighter look. The counter is crema marfil marble, the wall is Scabos split-face travertine, the Waterworks sink is copper, the faucet is Fontaine bronze, the cabinet is Cabico, and the floor saltillo/terra cotta hexagonals.
Here is a link that might be useful: Downsized to Half-bath