Because this is my own house and not a client’s I can get away with some very loose sketches – especially since I needed a cost estimate first. And we needed to do some demo to find out was was possible without causing a ton of costly changes (specifically plumbing and electrical). One of our first dilemmas was to keep a bathtub in the master bathroom – or to remove it altogether since we have another full bathroom with a tub. We aren’t bath takers but apparently we are risk takers and decided to eliminate the tub in the master bath, turn it into a nice big walk-in shower and repurpose the existing shower nook to become one long walk-in closet. The existing bathroom is such a silly design with very little circulation space so I’m sure we are going to really love all the new space my design will create. The new, much longer vanity will also be a great change for this room. Below are my original sketches and my quickie CAD plan of the closet design so my contractor can start framing it out tomorrow. We did a bit of demo last week so now we know this layout will work.


Author: modsweetkristen

Obsessive/Compulsive architect, interior designer, builder, maker, and runner with a sweet husband and three rambunctious rescue dogs

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