Replacing jetted tub w/ shower, crazy layout!
Soon we are going to start demolition of our awful jetted tub in the technical master bath. It has no shower so DH and I are sleeping upstairs near the only other shower in the house.
What we want to do is pull out the tub and transform the space into a beautiful walk-in, tiled shower. We have no qualms about it since there is a shower/tub combo upstairs.
We are not looking to do an extensive remodel, maybe give the vanity a facelift and new top, replace the toilet and probably new floors.
The "problem," which may not really be a "problem," is the wasted space in this room. Like the rest of the house, which is nearly 2200 sq ft., the use of space is poor at best and a travesty at worst. (The kitchen! Oy!)
I am looking for input on the space, and whether we should tear out the closet in the laundry room to make the shower longer. We could sacrifice the closet for the greater good, as it is not instrumental, but it would not be ideal.
Here is a photo of a crude but basically to-scale drawing of the footprint: