so, glass shower doors on tubs. Whatcha thinking? They are often ugly, but you can find them not ugly. :) In my experience, however, even when not ugly, they present cleaning issues (the mildew builds up where they meet the tub edge, they have to be squeegied after every shower, and you can't easily reach around inside to clean. Also of course they limit the ability to bathe children -though yours are likely old enough and you will stay here long enough that it doesn't matter. I'm not sure what the window height is there between tub and toilet in the boys' room, but you could do a double towel rod under that? A hook just outside the shower and rods behind the door - on the door and/or the wall behind the swing?
again, could be worse - it's just a seam issue and an accessibility issue. Did you talk to your local plumbing supply people about options for glass on a tub and what they think and recommend? KS: of the three this is my favorite. I haven't talked with anyone yet, but these photos give great direction, and Chris and I will be able to figure it out. I've ordered glass doors before, and haven't found them hard to source....but maybe post covid it's harder. Thanks for the inspiration here
Kohler Verticyl - 19-13/16" - These two sinks are ok for 21" wide base cabinets I do believe cs\ks...we're fighting over which sink is better. what are your thoughts on the two different types of corners SY: this comes down to an aesthetic difference. They are both great looking and functioning sinks. The Verticyl is more sleek, Caxton more classic. It may help for you to see them in person at your local Kohler / plumbing supply place.KS: Sounds good!
Main Floor Bath: I think we can just build out the linen tower / laundry chute in the corner with drywall and give it a full overlay door like this painted the same color as walls - and it will be pretty minimal. cs...sooo i'm on board with drywall and door, BUT how does this work with wallpaper? Do we just wallpaper the mirror wall and then have paint color on the side of this cabinet? SY: I will explain!
this for floor in main floor shower. SY: I love this floor - more interesting than the hex and less trendy than the herringbone. I'm splitting hairs a little, though, because we have specified and like herringbone and hex, both. :) KS: Maybe it's my browser, but I con only see a small image of the floor and cannot enlarge to see. Is this is a bigger hex? Agreed, like all the design ideas here!
I think I'd do black shower fixtures in main floor bath shower, for some contrast. Otherwise like this image: dark floor with dark grout + white walls with white grout. Unless you are doing a tray in this bath - I think I remember that. And that would be fine too. cs\ks….lets go with black fixtures. then we'll have rectangular stacked subway tiles on wall with shower floor of black herringbone.
just the bottles for product for the main bath shower - which will honestly be more show than anything. This shows simple white wall tile just filling the niches - but offset with those nice dark bottles of product. ALSO: partial panel glass with black metal surround (and partitions as above at 1/3 increments)
your main bath sink. Kohler 36" wide. https://www.us.kohler.com/us/Brockway-3'-wall-mounted-wash-sink-with-2-faucet-holes/productDetail/service-sinks/418116.htm or https://www.lowes.com/pd/KOHLER-17-5-in-x-36-in-Single-Basin-White-Wall-Mount-Cast-Iron-Laundry-Sink/1000498891?cm_mmc=shp-_-c-_-prd-_--_-google-_-pla-_-188-_-soskitchensinks-_-1000498891-_-0&placeholder=null&gclid=CjwKCAjwqpP2BRBTEiwAfpiD-xwL0l-kCvxDkPhqGDd00p24hIyT10xW75mfbIY2bKzBAMvXGD6rIxoCXDYQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds