Renovation Design Plan

DESIGNS for a MASTER SUITE RENOVATION
in a 1930's-era Bungalow:
Existing space measures approximately  
23 ' - 10 "   x   15 ' - 4 "
including bedroom, bathroom and closet.
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OBJECTIVES: 

1.  Increase square footage in bathroom and closet within the existing space.

2.  CLIENT  REQUESTS :  (a) retain existing skylight, (b) remove existing bathtub, (c) curbless shower with increased square footage, (d)  add separate water closet, (e)  add storage vanity (1 or 2) + 2 sinks   (f) incorporate of client's existing arts and crafts-era windows if possible, each measuring approx. 18" x 20," and (g) limit access from bedroom space to bathroom/closet space to one door only (h) increase storage to highest capacity in bath/closet spaces

3.  Divide new bedroom and bathroom/closet spaces where existing ceiling height changes from 9' - 0"H  to 8' - 0"H, leaving approximately 11'-10"  x  15' - 4" for the bedroom space, and approximately 12' - 0" x 15' - 4" for the bathroom/closet space.



3 Proposed PLANS:
(Lines in bold indicate new walls.)


PLAN  1
(a) skylight remains  (b) bathtub removed  (c) shower/shower plumbing locations remain basically unchanged, shower s.f./shape both altered, curbless shower  (d) separate WC faces backyard, includes window  (e)  large double vanity with 2 sinks faces backyard  (f)  windows above double vanity face backyard, possibility of using all three of clients' windows  (g) one entrance from main bedroom space to bathroom/closet space  (h) double vanity + large closet space increases storage spacecloset design tbd     (see "2. CLIENT REQUESTS" above)



PLAN  2
(a) skylight remains  (b) bathtub removed  (c) shower moves to center-rear of space, includes a window, increased s. f., curbless shower  (d)  separate WC to right upon entering bathroom/closet space  (e)  large double vanity with 2 sinks  (f) one window on rear wall faces backyard (g) one entrance from main bedroom space to bathroom/closet space   (h)  double vanity + large closet space increases storage space, closet design tbd   (i)  pocket door at closet entrance
(see "2. CLIENT REQUESTS" above)



PLAN  3
(a)  skylight remains  (b)  bathtub removed  (c)  shower moves to central location in bathroom, curbless shower  (d)  separate WC to left upon entering bathroom space (e)  large double vanity with 2 sinks faces backyard  (f)  windows above vanity face backyard (see elevation rendering) with possibility of using one, two or all three of clients' windows - one may be used in closet space   (g)  two entrances from main bedroom space to bathroom/closet space + pocket door between bathroom and closet allows for easier movement through all spaces  (h) double vanity + large closet space increases storage space, closet design tbd   
(see "2. CLIENT REQUESTS" above)



ELECTRICAL PLAN / PLAN 3


(from closet space to bath space, clockwise)
four recessed spots in closet space accessible inside each entry  -  electrical outlets on left and right walls adjacent to vanity  -  light switches at vanity (left and right) for 3 wall sconces over vanity  -  light switches at vanity (left) operate shower ceiling fan and four recessed spots in bathroom  -  switch outside WC also operates four recessed bath spots  -  light switches in WC operate recessed spot and ceiling fan
additional outlets and light switches proposed for new wall/shared with bedroom


ELEVATION  DRAWINGS: 
PLAN 3 / VANITY  SPACE
(window locations do not correspond to plans)


- double vanity with stone top and backsplash - mirrors are framed by moldings as are two of clients' vintage windows - wall sconces on left and right sides of mirrors crown and base moldings carry through bath and closet as determined from existing bedroom moldings -




- double vanity with stone top - single mirror framed by moldings - one of clients' vintage windows is framed above mirror, with two new, operational windows on either side - double wall sconce in center of the mirror - crown and base moldings carry through bath and closet as determined from existing bedroom moldings -




additional notes: 


 - walls between bedroom space and bathroom/closet space to be insulated with sound attenuating insulation - use of glass walls for shower allows for larger open space within the bathroom; increases perceived square footage - shower seat is included in each of these drawings - overall goal of greater perceived light and square footage within a small area is best attained in Plan 3 -


all designs by 
Ruth Burts Interiors