I am looking to remodel a small approx 50 square foot bathroom. Ideally I would like to not have to move the toilet as that costs too much money.
The only piping I plan on moving is the piping for the vanity as I want to place that on a wall opposite the shower.
Not every wall needs to have tile. I am happy with a combination of tile where it needs to have tile and paint everywhere else.
I am including tons of examples to make your life easier. Some of these are ultra luxury and not in my price range but a super creative designer can achieve a similar look by using less tile for instance.
Deliverables should be in the form of plans that an installer can understand.
I want a bathroom that looks like a million bucks without having to pay a million bucks. I am budget conscious and I am looking for a great result for little money. This is the biggest challenge here.
The bathroom is very small so options are very limited. Talent and creativity are definately required. Consider this a challenge :)
* The door currently opens on the inside. I think that is a bad idea and I would like to install a pocket door instead. See attached pocket door image examples.
* I like rainwater showers. Ideally I would not want to move the existing shower head but just add an extension to bring the rainwater shower in the middle.
* I would like to extend the shower out and make it a bit deeper
* I would like to have an seamless tile floor where the shower does not need a separate floor.
* Ideally I would not want a glass door to the shower. I am thinking that a rainwater shower does not create enough splash to create a problem. Please correct me if I am wrong.
* I want to relocate the vanity to the wall opposite the shower. (This allows for expansion of shower and it would be easier to create a 2 sink vanity with more storage space. I Am also a tall guy and a fan of large mirrors.
* I like porcelain floor tiles that look like wood
* I like storage space
* The design has to be as affordable as possible.
* Ideally tiles, hardware and vanity should be available locally in Los Angeles. So anything for sale at Home Depot or Lowes or Ikea work great. It is also ok to pick hardware from Amazon.com or Wayfair.com.