Ignore the slanted roof but these built in bunks might be a space saving way to have extra sleeping space that wouldn’t get used frequently enough to take up more space. The downside is that every part of it would probably have to be customized because they aren’t the same size as any mattress size.
Gray cabinets with no handles or visible cutout pulls. There is a slot behind the inner edge of the frame instead of the outer edge like a lot of doors have that allows you to get your fingers between the frame and the inner panel to pull it open. You can almost make it out on the picture of the vent hood as it looks like a shadow line on the side of the door opposite the hinges. Pretty slick idea but seems like it would get dirty and be hard to clean.
This shot of the swing out pantry we had in the other house helps you see how the inner swing outs work. The section on the left of the picture swings on the hinge at the back corner of the section into the spot where the guys are sitting. This picture was taken in 2015 before they were a year old. But you can see the rear shelf behind Smokie and the shelves on the doors. It also gives you some idea of the height of the space between shelves.
You'll probably want to incorporate some type of niche like this into the shower instead of installing corner shelves, which can be hard to find to match any tile these days. Even though the walls would be tiled, you could still get a Corian niche unit made up to any size you wanted. It would be easier to keep clean but would not match the tile, if that matters to you.
This is a multi-storage pantry cabinet like we had in the other house. The shelves attached to the inside of the doors are about 6” deep. The shelves on the back wall of the cabinet are also about 6” deep. The shelves on the swing out sections are about 8” deep. You can fit almost any canned or boxed item somewhere in this cabinet and things don’t get lost because you can see everything. The swing out sections are attached with full length piano hinges so the good quality cabinets are strong. We always had it full and they were still holding up well after 27 years of just about everyday use. The space on the top is just open 24” deep storage with an adjustable shelf for things like paper towels or other things you don’t need as often. The shelves in the bottom are not adjustable but they spaced them about right with slightly varied heights to handle most package sizes. I actually miss this unit and wish I had used one again instead of the roll out trays. It’s much easier to organize everything in this unit. The one shown is by Kraftmaid even though the Houzz site says it’s Merillat. The very same photo is on Kraftmaid’s website. But most stock cabinet companies have a ...
You have to use your imagination here - ignore the front part of this picture and focus on the shelf area only, then pretend there are shelves where the window is and a window in the right hand wing of shelves, then picture your desk, card file, and file cabinet where I show them on the floor plan. That would be similar to the study I drew up.