enclosed toilet in small master bath
We are renovating an old home and converting a small room into our master bath. This new master bath will contain a stand-up shower, a two sink vanity, and a toilet. Our current plan calls for enclosing the toilet with full height walls so that one of us can use the toilet in private while the other is using the sink or shower. The enclosed space for the toilet is spec'd at 3ft wide and between 5.5ft and 4ft deep (the wall in front of the toilet is angled). The ceiling is about 8.5ft high. There is a window in the enclosed area. The toilet sits in one of the corners of the room.
1. Will it feel claustrophobic when using the toilet?
2. The walls around the toilet will make the rest of the bathroom feel small.
Enclose the toilet with half height walls (pony walls?) instead of full walls. My wife is concerned this wouldn't look right. I've tried searching for examples on the web but have come up empty. Does anyone out there have photos of a similar set-up they could share?
Thanks for your help.