Guest bath renovation - questions
We are in the process of renovating our guest bathroom. Currently at the demo phase. We will reuse our existing 2-sink vanity and counters (only 2 years old). We are replacing the flooring, tub, toilet and lighting.
The current layout has the toilet/tub separate from the vanities. We are considering removing the wall/door that separates these areas to allow more natural light from the window in the tub and to make it feel more open.
DH thinks it might be an issue for future owners who may have children who would share this bathroom. He thinks we should leave the layout as is. That way one person could be showering/using toilet while another can be getting ready at the vanities.
Most of our friends and other homes we have visited usually only have one sink, tub and toilet all in the same room of their guest bath/kids bath. And they seem to get by just fine with that setup.
All along we had planned on keeping the layout as-is, but now that we've started the demo, I really want to get rid of the wall/door ;) We would have to relocate the electric in that wall. The switch would be easy to relocate, but I don't really want to give up an outlet. We could add another elsewhere though.
I appreciate any feedback. Thanks!