Who doesn’t love a before and after pic? This bathroom was dated, and poorly laid out not too mention the finishes were frightening!. A custom cabinet was made by Chuck @ CabinetWorks in Roosevelt, and the finish was applied by Allied Furniture in Seattle
The Redmond bath features travertine, Pental Chroma Stormy Sky countertop (honed), Robern medicine cabinets and that amazing tub!
The fun thing about this kitchen is that the design was based on the homeowners love of purple. It’s hard to see but the tile behind the oven is purple and the dining room paint in the foreground is purple as well. This amazing family even went so bold as to get a dark red oven. What a beautiful project, and fun too! I love them risk takers.
I designed this entry wall with the help of a talented tile setter. We searched for varying depths of marble and set in an ordered random pattern. It was great fun to participate in. Whitney Architecture designed the door, railing and skylight. The homeowner and I chose the wall color & floor stain.
Choosing the whites for this kitchen proved challenging because of reflections coming directly off of the lake. After much debate, we settled on Sail Cloth by Benjamin Moore because of it’s neutral properties. The gray in it actually looks muddy on the sample but in this home it keeps the white from being too overpowering in the design. It’s important to not have any yellow in the white in this situation. This white looks warm, not dirty, not blue and not yellow… success!