Have it Your Way! A fast food restaurant used that in an advertising campaign to convey you could choose the toppings for your sandwich. With a new home, you can choose how you want to use a room and have it designed to reflect your lifestyle. The owner’s bathroom is more personal space and one of the most important rooms to consider modifying to meet your needs.

The multiple bathroom layouts illustrate some of the more common changes and uses.

 

Layout #1

Expanded dual bowl vanity, whirlpool tub and shower, very generous walk-in closet.
Bathroom layout #1 - expanded dual bowl vanity, whirlpool tub and shower, very generous walk-in closet.

 

Layout #2

Dual bowl vanity, doorless walk-in shower, walk-in closet along with a second closet and linen closet, added privacy for the toilet.
Bathroom layout #2 - dual bowl vanity, doorless walk-in shower, walk-in closet along with a second closet and linen closet, added privacy for the toilet.

 

Layout #3

Dual bowl vanity, doorless walk-in shower, tub, privacy for the toilet.
Bathroom layout #3 - dual bowl vanity, doorless walk-in shower, tub, privacy for the toilet

 

Layout #4

Separate vanities, doorless walk-in shower, walk-in closet and linen closet, privacy for the toilet.
Bathroom layout #4 - separate vanities, doorless walk-in shower, walk-in closet and linen closet, privacy for the toilet

 

Remodeling a used home so you can have it your way can be very expensive and the bearing limitations of the floor plan may not allow for the desired changes but with a new home, you can address your preferences during the design stage before construction is started.

View our home plans to see various bathroom layouts including many that are designed to accommodate a ceramic tile doorless walk-in shower.