we draw on your ideas.
Williamsport, MD 21795
Angled wall, you made my job easier.
BEFORE: The double vanity of the master bath.
AFTER: I shifted the wall between the two baths by 12" into the master bath, because the hall bath needed more width. They still had plenty of room for a new vanity against the original vanity wall.
Before: the master bath tub was oversized and underused, while the constantly-used shower was too small.
AFTER: the original tub was replaced by a modern smaller tub with a tiled platform. This gave the clients the opportunity to have a much larger shower.
AFTER: The new toilets in both bathrooms share the same new angled wall, which is practical for the waste lines.
BEFORE: The dilemma: master bath linen closet door was right where the owners wanted to hang a towel rack. I rotated the closet 90 degrees to give them a wall for it.
AFTER: now that the linen closet door is rotated 90 degrees, there's a dedicated alcove in front of the shower entry, with towels on two walls. Problem solved!
The new shower is not only wider but also deeper -- with a bench that's super-handy for leg-shaving. Ladies.
HALL BATH BEFORE: the toilet was set way back in a narrow alcove.
AFTER: This toilet backs up to the new master bath one, on an angled wall that gives the toilet/tub area much more floor space. Bonus: room in the corner for a much-needed linen closet.
BEFORE: The hall bath vanity in the narrow bathroom.
AFTER: The hall bath wall to the right has been moved 12" into the old master bath, so that this bathroom is 12" wider from vanity to opposite wall. It makes a world of difference.