At 87 square feet, the top-floor storage area was big enough to convert to a master bath. The two windows were replaced with energy-efficient sashes,
and an existing closet was preserved for linens.
1. Chose pedestal sinks with curved fronts to ease traffic flow and preserve an open look.
2. Brightened the space by choosing a divided-light door (with privacy glass) and a shower enclosure with glass on two sides.
3. Tucked the tub under the eaves, directly across from the entry to the room.
4. Hid the toilet in an alcove created by the shower stall and the short wall next to the tub.