In need of Master Bath floor plan help!
We just finished our hall bath 10 months ago and I swore I would not remodel anything significant for a long while. Then my mother decided to redo her 1980s bath and I got bitten by remodeling bug. *sigh*
Our master bath is ugly. Truly ugly. And poorly laid out. It is long and narrow with a small stall shower, an oddly placed tub, a looong vanity and two (?!) doors.
I would like to maximize the space and, of course, I want everything: large shower, double vanity, free-standing tub, toilet behind a pony wall and custom linen cabinetry ;) My husband, on the other hand, wants to chop off the awkward length, turn it into a walk-in closet, turn the tub area into a large shower and reduce the need to move as much plumbing as possible.
Can you help me find a middle ground? (or disregard my husband entirely and tweak my plans?)
Here is the floor plan for the current 18.5 x 7.5 master bather:
This is the plan my husband came up with:
I like this one:
or possibly this:
I do, however, recognize my inadequacies when it comes to floor plans. Any insight or guidance you can provide would be greatly appreciated. I am sure there are some fatal flaws...please point them out! Am I looking for too much? I can do without a tub, but I would like to make the most of the space. If it helps, do away with the double doors into the master and bump out the bottom left of the bathroom...I need to keep the existing window in the bottom right of the first drawing as it is one of only two small windows in the master.
I am open to all ideas!