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sketch for master bath layout

Posted by kitnguye (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 17, 06 at 23:41

Hi all... long time lurker, first time poster :)

DH and I are in the process of planning a MBR/bath/closet addition to our home. We have sketched out a preliminary layout for our master bath and wanted to get some opinions from all your knowledgeable design experts. The bath will be approximately 10 x 12. We want a walk-in shower, soaking tub (not corner), and double vanity. We also have a linen closet/built in cabinet sketched but it is not a dealbreaker. Since we will mainly be using the shower, it is important that the toilet does not have a good line of sight to the shower, hence the bump out wall next to the toilet. Anyway, could y'all peruse and offer suggestions/encouragement :)

Thanks so much in advance, Kim

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RE: sketch for master bath layout

My only suggestion is to put the tub under the window/beside the vanity and put the water closet in that hidden corner to be less obvious. I think it is nice to see the bathtub when you enter the room because of the accesories that can go around it. Makes for a nice focal point! How about a pocket door as well? A nice touch in the bathrooms with them that I have seen (more space).

Very nice indeed, good luck!

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