We have a bathroom 56 inches by 45 inches. The 45 inch wall has room for the door and the sink. The 56 in wall has room for the sink and the toilet. You open the door and sink is directly to your right. You have to step in front of the toilet to close the door to use the sink. We could extend the 56 inch wall another 46 inches but would only do so to add a shower. I'm interested in making the room inviting with a little elbow space around the sink with some counter space (there is no counter space, the sink is solely attached to the wall) and not having to step around the door. Will a door that slide into the wall make it all look too cheap? Is there hope for a remodel of it, or is it just too small to do anything with?