Desperate for design/layout guidance
There's a 36" opening from the master bedroom into the double sink vanity (84") which is directly across from the mirrored walk-in closet. This is open to the bedroom and has the same carpet which must have been an 'in' thing when my condo was built in 1988.
Then there's a door leading into the 'wet' room where there's a tiny linen closet, 32x48 shower, old scratched - needs to be removed - jacuzzi, and toilet.
I found out that I can remove the door and header which divides the 2 areas. That would visually open the space but I'm not sure how much would really change in the layout.
I'd like to have a door separating the bedroom. I want to keep the space open on the bedroom side. I've thought about a 32" barn door sliding to the right as you face the space. I'd need to figure out a way make the opening a little smaller. The door leading into the bedroom is a 48" split door so maybe it would be good to follow that theme and have a split door (2-16" doors) that would swing into the dressing room area. A pocket door would require a lot more construction so I've nixed that idea.
I still want a tub but only a soaking tub. The toilet will stay where it is. I like the fact that it's hidden behind a wall without feeling closed in. If I put a tub where the shower is located, I could lower the wall near the toilet but I'm not sure exactly where I'd put everything else.
I still need a space for towels, toilet paper, etc. It's the only linen closet for upstairs. I could separate the 2 sinks and have a smaller vanity in the dressing area.
The only space that's done is the closet with shelves and built-ins and I love it.
My brain just keeps going round and round but nothing seems to fit the space just right. I need it to be functional, good for resale down the road, and affordable.
There's so much talent on this site. What do you see working best in this space? Any designer I've had in has kept everything the same, tried to sell lots of cabinets for the 84" space, and charge way more than I can afford.
I surrender - my brain needs a rest and I need your help.
PS - I'm hoping my floor plan is helpful - it took me weeks to finally measure, get it right, and figure out how to do it on the computer.
Any questions - please ask away!