Literally... It's the last space in our house to complete. Saying much more then i need but it might help?
We did rest of house and decided to get everywhere complete and livable and 100% functional and share infant daughters bedroom which puts us next to sons room so really it was a good plan. I designed kids bath to have a double sink room next to toilet and tub so it's really been just fine! But we are planning for baby #3! I need time to rest before XY comes!
However, we have most everything we need... Plan is set, shower base installed, tub frame box installed toilet room in place and all rough ins are done. Doors roughed in etc... Room as say idle for 2 years while we used as a work room to build other house related projects.
The only thing we don't have purchased is two sinks and our vanity, may it be one long or 2 single and then wall tiles. There are other minor items like lights and towel bars... Our whole house I accented with Alaskan birch. Locally grown and milled. Doors are Lynden solid doors with birch veneer. I'm saying more then I need but i say that bc closet wall I have planned to finish in birch ply so that whole wall will read as birch. The three double doors take up so much of that wall and i thought it would be a great way to finish it off. The 3d renderings are rough and old as I played with ideas a couple years ago and I don't plan on doing necessarily what's pictured. ... I don't know what vanity will be. But it's location is permanent.
Floor tiles and carpet are same as other spaces in house...light gray tile and medium gray carpet.
We made our own sliding door system with strut and pulleys. I remember cleaning the strut... Ha!! There are two walls with a void for doors to slide into. We have bumpers hidden in there. Bath side is wet wall.
I mostly did the interior finish choices and if i really thought hubby would want a say I would ask. Kitchen / living room is for example accented in red bc he wanted it. I asked him what he wanted for master... We literally have nothing much to do this winter for house and in freezing months we can't go outside. It's a "no money" project for a while bc we have most everything!
Hubby said blue. Which blue.... Not navy he said... He headed towards royal but I think he will regret that color and i dont really want royal blue. But I'm stuck on which blue?!? And where?
You can see how I designed the shower and bathroom to read together in that big blue box. That's how it actually looks minus color...
Again what I have pictured in 3d in terms if color placement, choice, and other wall finishes is totally open to suggestion! The permanent comes with window placement and walls and fixtures bc it's all roughed in taped and mudded.
House is all contemporary. Random uses of bold colors and strong lines and geometric shapes.
All bathroom shower is kohler purist. Sink faucets are single handle kohler purist. Tub handles are as well and tub spout is that fancy smanc