We would like to remodel the master bathroom to include a free-standing tub, double sink vanity, stand-up shower, toilet, and then create a walk-in closet space, separate of the master bath.
a. There are a couple of challenges here, which include an awkward spot for the window, and not being able to move the toilets very far from their current positions because of the drain stack.
b. You can use the guest bath area and portions of the closet for the office, if needed
A. Goals -
1. Master & guest bathrooms must have a bathtub
2. Master bedroom must have a walkin closet, separate of the bathroom
3. Double sink vanity in master bathroom - we are willing to sacrifice on this if needed. Single sink in guest bath
4. Window should not move, but, if it needs too, willing to entertain (we are getting new siding anyway)
5. Must have a stand-up shower in master bathroom - however, again, if needed, we can give this up and use a shower within the tub area.
B. Style - cottage. Whites, blacks, creams, yellows, nothing modern, nothing ornate, but again, nothing plain
C. We will definitely be executing this project - working with the designer afterwards to tweak the design would be most helpful. I don't believe that being on-site is necessary.
Nothing modern. No "primary" colors, no bright colors. MBA must have a walk-in closet and soaking tub, does not have to be drop-in. No carpets in the bathroom :)
The guest bath must be usable and have a tub in it as well.
We have a smaller budget for this remodel, at approx $35-$40k for the entire project, which should include the master bath remodel, and, refurnishing the guest bath. Both bathrooms will be 100% gutted down to studs and subfloor. If needed, we can increase the budget amount a little bit ($5-$10K). Obviously do not want builder grade materials, but that is a selection we can make after the design
- PLAN DRAWING: Scale 1/4"-1' (or 1/50)
- SECTION-ELEVATION VIEW(S) : Scale 1/4"-1' (or 1/50)
- PERSPECTIVE/AXONOMETRIC VIEWS (where relevant)
If possible, we need this as quickly as possible. We would like to keep some of the closet space in the office, so that office stays a "room".