Attached are several views and renderings of my design for your Master bathroom remodel. I have to say, this is one of my favorite projects to date. Unfortunately, my design was complete and I was working on the final renderings when you commented that you’d rather not move the sinks. Instead of starting over and reinventing the wheel, I opted to submit my design as I envisioned it from the start. It is my hope that you can see the beauty and functionality in having the sinks together on the opposite wall. It facilitates an expansive makeup area that has an intimate feel, since its own space is delineated by the shower wall. I think I’ve given you pretty much everything you asked for in your narrative, including lots of extra storage. I’ve moved the door to the toilet room to the end of the room to allow for more privacy in the makeup area. Your see-through fireplace can be an electric, gelled or liquid alcohol, or even a gas fireplace. I’ve placed it so it becomes a focal point from the tub and shower. Rather than try to move or remove the soffit housing the ductwork, I’ve actually extended it! It seemed to end rather abruptly so, I extended it further down the room and, it now frames the sink mirrors and lighting. You could also add more recessed lighting into that hollow part of the soffit if you chose to. And of course, your vision for a tile medallion to mimic the octagonal skylight area was spot-on. It makes the room! I very much enjoyed working on your design and, I’d be delighted to work with you further should you choose my concept.
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