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Bathroom Remodels

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Sunny Mornings

The clients were looking for a more functional bathroom suite. Using the existing space, we reworked the floor plan and enlarged the window for a phenomenal view from the bathtub. A large double vanity added tons of storage for easy access to everything you need for a sunny morning. Above the counter sits a reclaimed wood mantle coated in a colored wax to give the movement in the wood more definition. The rounded mirrors stand out against a white shiplap wall to give the space warmth and character. Wall mounted oil rubbed bronze faucets with subway tile finishes this clean rustic look. The shower wall features a cascading band of real stones which flow down to meet the matching stone flooring, with a ceramic wood tile curb. The shower boasts a large glass barn door. A floor mounted tub filler stands on luxurious wood tile and dispenses into a sparkling white stand-alone tub overlooking a lush landscape.

Country Living Escape

This client is enamored with the warmth and charm exhibited in  French Country style living spaces and has remodeled multiple areas in their home to reflect this appealing look. 

The semi-custom maple cabinetry is finished in Coconut paint with a Grey Stone glaze and topped by a gorgeous Grey Lagoon Quartz slab with two undermount oval sinks. 

The expertly tiled curbless shower includes a convenient fold-out teak bench, a cubby, and dual shower heads. The custom glass shower enclosure features a beautifully arched doorway and a towel bar.

Brushed nickel finishes and fixtures elevate and refine this chic bathroom, including detailed cabinet knobs from the Jeffrey Alexander Lafayette collection.

Organized Bath

The original plan of this master bath consisted of a large room with very little storage and a large bathtub which was not being used. By removing the tub, we were able to design a lovely custom shower with a seat and hand shower. We had enough room to add a spacious linen closet as well. We created an uncluttered look by adding a convenient tower on the counter top for storage, which included outlets inside. The nice wide drawers below the tower have dividers inside by request for the client’s collection of eyeglasses. Two additional drawers were included on each side of the vanity to completely maximize storage. A simple cabinet door style with a beveled edge for interest was the start of our calming scheme. The very functional luxury vinyl plank flooring adds warmth to our cool color palette. The look was tied together beautifully with a lovely glass and porcelain tile accent running along the backsplash and through the shower, and showing up again in the handy shampoo niche.  

Herringbone Elegance

These clients wanted to open up the bathroom and make it more functional. The shower was walled in with full-height sheet rocked walls. We removed the walls to open up the existing space. The luxurious shower consists of three shampoo caddies for convenient storage with Herringbone marble inlays. Porcelain marble tile running to the ceiling with dark stones on the shower floor is strikingly refreshing. Shower fixtures consist of custom body jets, an overhead shower, and separate valve for hand shower. Large custom frameless glass panels open up the shower to the whole room. This room features a shaker-style vanity with stone countertops and under-mount sinks with a touch of herringbone with the backsplash. The tower cabinet on top of countertops provides storage and includes an outlet inside which declutters the bathroom from toilet brushes and shavers. The barn doors back hardware was chosen to match the hardware in the bathroom, and again includes a touch of Herringbone on the door. The vanity lights have a combination of brushed nickel and black which brings together the brushed nickel fixtures and black accessories. This bathroom is truly State-Of-The-Art.

Rustic Elegance

This house was built in the late ’80’s. It had the extra large tub and a small shower.  We enlarged the shower, furred out the back wall of the shower to allow for a full length shampoo cubby. We removed the sheetrock from the soffit and discovered a beautiful beam. We cleaned it up and stained matched it to the window and door trim. We accented with a full wall of glass mosaic. We kept everything light and elegant with chrome accents, tones of grays, aqua blues, and white with a charcoal gray vanity as contrast. We kept the original wood tones in all the trim, doors and now the beam to give it that rustic northwest feel.