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Nancy in Mich

Depending on where your plumbing is, and if it can be moved to where you need it, and where the room door is, it sounds okay. If the room is 6 ft wide, there is plenty of room for a 36" or 40" vanity next to the 30" required for the toilet. In the other direction, you need about 2 ft for the toilet itself, then 2 ft of free space in front of the toilet. That leaves you 6 feet in which to put a 2 ft wide tub and have 4 ft for a shower (minus the curb and the glass, unless you go curbless. So your shower will be a few inches less than 4 ft wide, by 6 ft long. Big.

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Nancy in Mich
Smile Wall-Mounted Bathroom Vanity, High Gloss White, 40" · More Info


Oh- and the tub next to it in the shower space will make your feet "feel" like they are in that space of shower, but your arms will "feel" like they are in a 6ft x 6ft shower. The only place the room door can go is in front of the toilet and vanity. You probably want to get the newer, skinnier kind of vanity and you might want to get a wall-hung toilet so that the tank is in the wall cavity. This gives you a little more room for the door.

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Smile Wall-Mounted Bathroom Vanity, High Gloss White, 40" · More Info


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Lesley

Thank you very much for going to so much trouble. I'm off to draw on some graph paper :-)

   

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