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Use the maid's room bath for shower. Don't move toilet in current bath and put vanity next to it like this. Move door to room out 2.5 feet from wall so door swings flat on wall in bedroom. Give extra space created to the main bath.
WANT Luxury Bathroom by www.susanfredman.... "luxury means being able to do yoga poses in your shower — at least for one of designer Susan Fredman's clients. She delivered not only a large space but also a dramatic boulder rock for seating............Earth tones, textured tiles, natural light and a steam shower complete this soothing, masculine space."
San Francisco Bay-area designer Kriste Michelini uses tile to create a divide between the wet and dry areas of the bathroom. She frequently experiments with unique combinations of tile and uses various tile shapes in the same marble material to create a sense of infinite space. Photo courtesy of Kriste Michelini
Natural Elements Designer Lori Dennis chose a natural color palette to create a serene, modern feel in this large bathroom. Lori suggests incorporating large plants and natural objects, like a boulder, to bring the outdoors in. Installing interior stone tile on an entire wall can be expensive, so install exterior stone instead to create a similar look at a lower cost.