Here's what the bathroom looked like before. This is the view from the doorway, and as you can see, even though it's actually a good sized bathroom, it looks pretty small here because of the linen closet that juts out on the right and the shower that sticks out into the room.
Now that you've seen what we've got to work with, here's the new floorplan.
And here's everything we're using in it.
Let's start with the shower. We've ripped out the shower surround, the wall framing it in, and the tub and surrounding tile, so the entire left side of the room is a completely open space. That entire wall and a portion of the side walls will be tiled in 2x4" white subway tile with gray grout. The floor will be tiled in 1x2" honed carrara marble herringbone tile (also with gray grout). There will be a frameless glass door (with the actual door opening in the center) similar to the one in the picture above, and inside the shower area will be two shower systems, and a bench made of the herringbone tile along the entire back wall. Here's a sketch of what the shower will look like when standing directly in front of it.
Now onto the vanity wall. The vanity is this one, which we bought on Overstock. It has an espresso finish with a carrara marble countertop and chrome faucets. The mirror came with the set as well. We'll be using these pendant lights from Restoration Hardware above each sink. We're using the same Kohler toilet we used in the first floor bathroom since we've had good results with it. There will most likely be shelves above the toilet for additional storage since we removed the linen closet and medicine cabinet from the room (we do have another linen closet down the hall though). We'll fill the shelves with baskets to hold our things so they don't look too cluttered. There will be some type of white wainscoating along the bottom of the untiled walls, and the top of the walls will be painted a light gray.