Hello everyone! I am currently remodeling a master bathroom and the bathroom that is on the opposite side of the master bathroom shower. Old vanity, old toilet, old mirror, old electrical, everything was old, I have gutted down to the studs and was looking for suggestions. This is a rental property, so I will be putting in the minimum quality on vanities, toilets, etc. The only thing I need suggestions on are what size vanity. Should I invest in moving plumbing around? Lots of the walls are load bearing with headers as you will see in the pictures. I also was going to post a layout of the bathroom to help you visualize. Oh, and I am also trying to make the little room where the tub and shower was a walk in shower. No lip, it is a large room with walls, and I was going to tile floor to ceiling with a new exhaust fan and light. So let me know what you think, so recap as far as what I have planned, lol, I am thinking of things as I go sorry. I was thinking, A) Wood tile throughout, closets, vanity, toilet, shower area. Change of tile in shower area where you walk in, different tile on walls, not sure what kind. Bench framed out as well. B) Vanity, double or single? This is a rental, I don't really want to invest in doubling the plumbing for a double vanity, and how large? The one in there before was custom I believe at like 56". C) What kind of hardware storage for the closets? I had to remove the old random shoe holders and clothes lines that were in there, what should I do to accommodate this? D) There is a second very small closet in the same hallway, I really just want to remove the doors and leave it open, maybe put a mirror there, not sure. Here are the pictures, really looking forward to some ideas, thanks for your time!