This is a bathroom remodel of a room that currently incorporates three separate areas. Currently, the room is entered through the bedroom with a 60" wide opening. The main area has a jacuzzi tub, toilet and two sinks. A second room to the left of the main area incorporates a shower. To the right of this room is a walk in closet.
My plan is to remove the jacuzzi tub and install a shower along the right wall of the main area, demo the existing shower and install a water closet and linen closet in that second room. I plan to tile the floors and potentially the exposed drywall in the main area, but I'll leave that to your suggestion.
This is a log home. The ceiling is timberframe and the exterior walls are solid, posing problems with relocation of electrical fixtures. I'm planning on a granite shower to the right of the main area, with seamless glass on the front, along with a door. I'm also planning for granite sink tops, with either undermount sinks or vessel sinks. One sink can be standard height of 30". The second sink must be elevated to maybe 34". There are no exhaust fans in the bath areas. I'd like one for the main area and one for the WC.
Design creativity and innovation that leads to a selection of your design for my bathroom will be the primary selection criteria. I have listed my goals, however, please feel free to suggest alternatives. My real tension lies with what to do with the room that is currently the shower room. I know that the toilet wants to be there, but I can't visualize how it will work, while still preserving a flow to the closet, if possible. Should I put one of the sinks in that room and simply use pocket doors in between the main area and a second one to the closet, or build out another room within that room? I'm interested and excited to see your ideas.