This is what we both like for mud room, concept at least.
For the back bedroom door, I'm thinking a door just like the one going into the mud room (though I can't say for sure because I don't know what we selected, if anything yet). That should leave room for some narrow windows on either side. Not quite like this, but trying to communicate the general idea.
This is damn near it, in terms of structure, not color nor style. I know this is different that what I was trying to describe when we met, but I think this makes a lot more sense - it's basically the same materials, just laid out differently, and no door.
Shower on left - very close.
This is almost it. The side wall on the vanity side would be 4 ft tall all the way to the corner and the glass would sit on top of the 4 ft wall.
Closer - but envision this as the side wall all the way down- 4 ft wall with glass on top of it, can still vent out at top, if necessary. Hope I'm making some sense.
close but not quite- the side wall could actually be something like 4 ft tall all the way across with glass sitting on top, so basically take what you have and rotate it 45 degrees if that makes sense. But still no door. I'll probably have to sketch this out.
shower concept that I'm trying to describe, close, but not quite
The compromise may be to just add a table between Kitchen and living area. We'll see.
This was the inspiration for what we did in Sugar Land home. I'll send an actual picture. It works great but Paula wants to be able to serve breakfast across the Island. We may be able to compromise by using furniture to achieve what I want....
Another Kitchen Island idea. Similar to what we have in our home in Sugar Land. Paula and I don't yet agree on this.
I like these colors for the dining room, or something similar, but need to envision how it fits with the other living areas.
layout, furniture tight around center of room