DESIGN YOUR HOME
I like cabinet on the vainity set back. Keeps room open.
Keep master sinks on one vanity and put your dressing table behind where optional linen is.
Like how sit down area utilizes drawers in vainity. Single vanity door allowing extra space to go to drawers.
Got an idea for master that would open it up like this.
Have you considered to continue vanity in the kids bath over toliet?
Eats up alot of space in shower but could be nice.
Floating vanity makes room look open.
Vanity still acessible from dressing table.
Kinda like the sink part deeper than drawer area gives more floor space.
Top drawer of vanity is not deep to allow for plumbing lower drawers are deeper cause then have cleared the plumbing. This idea could be used in small baths if there is not enough room for side drawers.
Like how crown molding on cieling matches cabinets.
I like the long slender tiles on floor.
Here is another vanity where the side cabinets are narrower.
Tile on the diagonal is pretty also.
Here is another dressing table opposite the vanities. Also, like the narrow storage cabinet to ceiling being only half the depth of the vanity. Ours is too deep. Waste.
This vanity looks about 3 ft. But has utilized lots of store space.
Is you plumbing coming out of the floor?
Loving this concept.
Cute window in front bedroom bath?
I like the modern square style toliets.
Check out that tub spicot.
Shower window looks like it tilts open instead of slides.
Recessed lights vs light fixtures.
Like how the put the electrical in the cabinet not the granite back spash.
Lights mounted upside down. Interesting. If your dressing table is not underneath could work.
Like shutter theory over tub so during day open yet closed for privacy at night.
Teak wood stool or stainless steel instead of mounted seat?
Recessed light over kids showers?
Regular door with glass into master toliet area since it will get so much use instead of pocket door.
Shelf across back of wall for candels and oils. Could be floating shelf mounted under window. Like you had on your walls in your bedroom. Thinking about doing same in my bath.
Here are the doors for closets that I had told you about. With the swirl handles they look nice. When they open you dont loose alot of wall or floor space.
Small column on right back vanity could work on kids vanity. Could use in master also.
This looks like a high back claw foot tub.
Venthood cover style
This half shower wall looks dumb.
Got shelf idea in kids bath for stack wall from this photo.
Curtain vs shutter blinds on tub window.
Was this the chocolate bath you liked?
Glass pocket door is nice. Probaby pricey for closets. Clear glass could be nice for Butlers Pantry. Frosted for master bath/bedroom?
Double sliding door behind tub instead of window.
Your masterbath is designed closed in closer than this.
Like square framed bath window.
Cubby Wall for bins?
Doors or windows like this behind master tub.