So the bedroom window wall:
The dividing wall is about where the left vertical lath is (which is being removed). The window will be replaced. The room will be give or take, 8 feet wide. There is in the bottom right of the photo, a non moveable water meter. The plan was to box it in at bedside table height, make a dummy the other side and have built in matching "tables". But the pump is wider than the 2 feet needed to make a double bed fit.
So the next plan was to build a headboard height box the whole width, with access doors to the pump/fake tables. So there would be a flat shelf room width behind the bed head, so we wouldn't do a headboard. I wanted to move our queen down there and get us a new one, but we don't think a queen will fit, so we will end up getting a double bed. I don't think I want a sofa bed, I want a real one. Dh will use this room a lot in the summer, as our bedroom gets too hot for him.
The electric panel is right over the water meter, but at right angles:
That wall is about 15/17 feet. Dh's idea is to build the wall 6-7 inches deep, so it runs flat over the panel (which will have doors). The other option is a regular 4 inch wall that then bumps out an extra couple of inches at the panel. Or something else?
The little room there is the original bathroom, the toilet is barely visible, sink is on the half demolished wall. The new bathroom goes the whole width of the picture, probably 10 feet or so by 4 feet to the furnace, or 8 feet to the back of the toilet. The furnace will be closed in with bifold doors.
So the new plan is to leave the toilet as is, move the sink to the new dividing wall, put it in a unit (it's just a sink now). So I have no idea where to locate the sink, and what to do with the now dead wall (the new sink was originally going to be across from the furnace).
The flooring in the rest of the basement is dark laminate, can we continue that into a 2 piece bathroom, or do we have to do ceramic?
What do we do with the panel wall.
What do we do with the bed wall.
What do we do with the bathroom.