This couple wanted to upgrade and enlarge their modest master bath, but the footprint of the existing bath would not allow for any more than replacement of the existing fixtures. With a few minor changes to the interior walls, we were able to design the bath they were hoping for. The entire bathroom, vanity area and closet were removed back to the studs. We relocated the knee wall in order to reclaim some of the attic area under the roof, creating a sloped ceiling over a small portion of the bath. The new walls were built with the vanity area being eliminated. The new wall locations required us to move the entrance to the walk-in closet, which in turn allowed for a more efficient layout of the closet. The new layout was designed to allow room for a custom tiled spa shower with a glass enclosure and a soaking tub. Although the clients lost the old vanity area, the new layout allowed for a larger vanity inside the bathroom. We were also able to provide additional counter and storage space. The existing skylight tunnel was left in place to provide natural light to the entire room. The skylight itself was upgraded from an acrylic unit to a Velux brand skylight. The final product met the needs and wants of these clients.