Stick Figure Bathroom
But plans have changed a little since I made this drawing. For example, I've changed my mind about which sink I want, and I've given up on moving the plumbing around.
This week I finally made an updated drawing as well as an updated layout. Have I mentioned how much I love graph paper?
Here's the layout:
We plan to build the small walk-in closet in the nook in the hall, and I want to build shallow 6-foot-tall cabinets with shelves (like really tall medicine cabinets) on either side of the sink. Also, in that blank space along the wall next to the toilet, I want to put a piece of furniture - maybe a vanity with chair or a bench with a lid that lifts for laundry storage.
Here's my vision (or something like it):
I'd prefer the tub to face the other way, but we don't want to have to move the plumbing.
I found the sink I want the other day. On an episode of This Old House Classics last week, we saw an oval pedestal sink that was original to (or at least had been there a while) in an 1890s house. Then on eBay, I saw the modern version! This one, conveniently, doesn't have separate hot and cold faucets like the old one but still has the look. And it's cheaper than the Kohler I originally intended to buy. Hurray for cheaper!
Now I'm just wondering if I should buy a second one for the half bath ...