What it looks like to have options

This is a bathroom that I’m working on for a client.  In this case, they are open to moving around some plumbing and basically just reconfiguring the entire space.  This makes us wide open to a plethora of opportunities and options.  Here is what we’re currently looking at.

The current space is straight on with a large closet as soon as you walk in.  The closet is going away, so now we experiment!

Here is the first layout I shared with the client.  It’s a bare bones look intended to get the wheels turning, which is exactly what it did.

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After seeing that version, the client expressed interest in a “wet room” where the shower and the tub share a space, and using the current shower space for storage.  The next few images are multiple options for that scenario.  Colors and textures are not important during this phase of planning.

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It may be that no one of these is the perfect answer, but instead a combination of these layouts.

My favorite part of design is starting a space from scratch.  After measuring and drawing the room as a hollow box, all sorts of possibilities open up, even with utility restrictions.

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