Bedroom Layout Help
DW and I are in the process of designing a house in Calgary. Our constraints are a bit different than most, focusing on high insulation for the cold climate, keeping the building envelope simple to reduce costs and heat loss, having a narrow 28' pocket (with neighbors on both sides), but still wanting to take advantage of views (to the left in the plan). Because of the views and wanting to keep the living space separated from the MIL suite on the lower level, we decided on a reverse living plan, with the main living area and two bedrooms on the upper floor, the master suite and office on the main floor, and the suite on the walkout floor. We are mostly happy except for the layout of Bedroom 1. I like how the door to that room opens to a window, helping to brighten the hallway, but neither of us are happy with how the hallway eats into the room, making for difficult furniture placement, as well as having the door to the room open against the closet door.
I was thinking of trimming the upper right corner of the pantry/laundry and have the door to that bedroom on an angled wall which would run from the bottom right of the bathroom to the top left of the bedroom closet. If we did that though we would lose the space for the laundry sink, so I'm not sure if it's worth it. Does anyone see any better solutions? Thanks!
PS. Other comments about the drawing are welcome.