tNeed o sacrifice - door width or vanity depth?
Need some advise. Our bathroom is 7.5ft wide x 7ft. deep. In our remodel we are not changing the current layout. You enter the room and the shower is to the left and vanity to the right. See picture below.
When you enter the room the shower off to the left hand side is approx. 36" deep, the bathroom door is 28" wide and the wall that the vanity is on is 21" deep (right hand side). Since this wall is only 21" deep this means we can only fit a 18" deep vanity cabinet when you factor in the counter overhang.
The question we are having is should we minimize the door from 28" wide to 24" wide in order to make room for a standard 21" deep vanity cabinet.
The bathroom door is on the same wall as the master walk-in closet door which is 30" wide (there is a chest between the two doors). The bedroom entry door is also 30" wide. The difference between our 28" wide bathroom door and the other 30" wide doors is almost un-noticable, but I am sure if we changed the bathroom door to 24" the difference would be very noticable. Not sure if we can get a 26" wide door, but I am sure that would also be noticable.
If it were you, would you sacrafice the door with to get a standard vanity depth? If yes, would you consider making the closet doorway also 24" wide so it matched or leave it alone?