When Katherine Daniels and Josh Leicht's 1860s farmhouse with 1.5 baths, which was recently featured in This Old House, was no longer a newlywed spread, but a place that needed to house a family of five (two sons and a babysitter), they took a second look at their seldom-used upstairs office, and decided to transform it into a roomy master bath. The designers separated the space into two rooms, with his-and-hers sinks and a clawfoot tub in one, and another with a shower and toilet. They also introduced a dressing closet with a direct line to the other end of the bath, so even when you're at the dead end, you still have scenic country views. To see the impressive results, read more.
Such a beautiful transformation, right?! Do you have any rooms in your home that you might reconsider functionally? Have you already made a similar change?