The easiest way to see the transformation of this project is to start with the drawings.
What you see is the master closet, master bath, then the hall bath. The master bath is a little cramped, not allowing a lot of room between the toilet and shower.
The window over the tub in the hall bath, while allowing in light, was not a good feature in a shower.
Both had large heavy vanity cabinets that made the small rooms seem even smaller. Both rooms just needed an update.
The designer took a little room from the master bedroom to extend the length of the closet and bath, and also provide more storage in the cabinet in the hall bath.
The windows were removed in both bathrooms and sun tunnels installed. This allows light to come in but does not compromise privacy.
Now the hall bath has a watertight shower with a luxurious soaker tub.
In the master the plumbing fixtures were moved for a better layout. The master shower doubled in size, received a bench, and also allows light flow with obscure glass in the back wall.
Both rooms received new vanities and countertops, flooring, and plumbing fixtures. Grab bars were also included to allow for better security while aging in place.