We transformed a relatively ho-hum kitchen into a beautiful, artful room packed with function and features to make cooking easy, efficient and fun. Some appliances were reused, casing and millwork details were added at windows and doorways — and we designed a new “cased opening” to the family room to create a soft break between these rooms. Mixing materials and finishes added to a more collected feel.
In the renovated master bathroom, the subtle color and simple pattern of tumbled slate adds a distinctive crafted and artistic flair. The new tub and shower fixtures were installed at previous locations, but expanded as much as possible for comfort. Much-needed countertop space was achieved by expanding the vanity and installing wall-mount faucets to gain every available inch. A new shower column wrapped with a bold metallic tile finish provides drama, a view to the garden while showering — and a perfect location for the shower head. Heated floors, wall-mounted faucets, a relaxing air bath tub with a heated back rest, and a towel warmer add function, warmth and the feel of luxury in this Pacific Northwest master bathroom.
Photography by Gottula Photography and Surge Photography