Bonnie & Peter
I just saw thins and thought it was your kitchen :) very similar layout
This is the Herringbone pattern and shows about the same size tile.
not the greatest picture - showing the white panels on the fridge
Stainless steel Subzero
Upper lazy Susan... The square cabinet is mush larger then the lazy Susan that we could use - wasted space. See drawing. Lower lazy Susan would be just like what you have
This is a blind corner cabinet in the upper corner. Just flipped to the other side
Over the toilet cabinet - Doesn't impede the head space
Wood tread - painted riser - carpet runner - white or black spindles - wood handrail and newel post stained to match the floor
I'm trying to find a photo that shows the open shelf but I'm not having luck finding the right style. I'll keep looking
10"-12" wide pullouts - I'll confirm exact size if you want this on the left of the range
6" wide pullouts
This was just to show the lower corner fillers
another idea for the lower corner - if you don't do drawers...but I think you want drawers here
This is a mirror with side lights built in. This one shows light around the whole thing but I would do just the sides - 2 vertical strips of light. Then pot lights in the room.
Uppers like this...under counter with exposed washer/ dryer - see other notes
This is closer to the size (depth) of the counter if the cooktop goes on the island. Also showing an overhead hood - these work better than a downdraft but installed at the proper height is right at eye level or lower.
you would have less counter space behind the cooktop
To close in the bottom - under the counter - we would need to steel space from the shower. The option I like is to have the washer/ dryer under the counter but not closed in. Then add the retractable doors above the counter because we won't have to go into the shower. Still have the retractable doors as shown here. Just above the counter.
Washer and Dryer - under counter// behind doors. We would need more width out of the shower