Colorful and shiny tile, framing of space with wood.
Tight fit with bathtub across from vanity. Okay?
Low visual mass of shower, well integrated into space. Floor to ceiling window. Use of low bathtub opposite vanity gives sense of openness while still utilizing space (Polynesia bathroom is probably too narrow for this).
Accent wall; visualize placing vanity against narrower end wall
Tile color variation
Tile pattern and its use behind toilet and vanity, as opposed to shower stall
Take both existing shower and closet sides and make jack and jill setup with shower and toilet on one side and tub on the other, plus built in wall wardrobes on both sides. Wardrobes could be doubled up on both sides of a wall. Not sure if there's enough closet space or whether space is particularly rational in such a layout.
Circular firepit with smaller visual mass because it's bowl shaped is nice
Potential layout of first or second bathroom (no windows)
Placing wall of cabinets on the same wall as headboard is interesting. Had also considered doing this on opposite wall. In case of Polynesia would like to keep a walk-in closet, but will to consider tradeoffs.
Cabinets built into wall
Potential beam and ceiling plank color combo
Skylight above vanity. Mix of shapes.
Relationship of shower, toilet, and vanities similar to Polynesia house. Gives some idea of one possibility.
Tub and shower enclosed in a single space. Wall to ceiling glass keeps steam contained. Teak wood floor is nice (though I'm wary about maintenance).
Planters for side yard?
Symmetry of center wall
Wood trim on windows and mirrors feels a bit Frank Lloyd Wright-ish.
Wallpaper pattern is cute
Similar to existing space, but with wall removed and toilet relocated
Wood shower gives spa like feel
Skylights as a central architectural element
Orange paint on skylight, skylight cut to match vanities and have a architectural sense to them, windows above tub. What if we made a similar looking fake skylight above vanity with a single lens that makes the artificial light look diffuse like a real skylight?
Tiles have mosaic effect, clerestory windows bring in light while maintaining privacy
Geometry of the room with central fireplace, contrast of black steel beams with wood panels
Large format painting with subject that mirrors lines of windows and feels like an extension of the space
Hole cut for cabinet door references original standard Eichler cabinets
Phot of actual property. Consider embedding strip of LEDs on edge of awning to provide soft lighting at night
Reference outdoors with stencil on frosted glass
Frosted glass doors in closet could reference frosted glass on front of the house
Closet door material looks like wood paneling. Shy away from this because I think it shrinks the room.
Color palette of beams vs planks vs brick similar to house
Mahogany built-in cabinets creat a mahogany wall in bedroom. https://www.dezeen.com/2017/11/27/diamond-heights-renovation-1965-eichler-house-michael-hennessey-san-francisco-california-usa/