Rustic Retreat, Kirkland -- 2018-2019
First tackled in this condo remodel was the master bath. The shower was enlarged to nearly twice the original size, with wood-like tile used on the walls and river rock tile on the shower floor and as an accent waterfall. New venetian bronzed shower assembly and safety bar added utility, and a new teak shower bench finishes the look. A glass wall with open entry completes the space.
Next this room got all new flooring, including the same wood-like tile as on the shower wall, with under floor heating element.
Walls and ceiling are painted an elegant light grey. Nate also custom built this unique shelving unit to complement the rustic and functional styling of this master bath.
An all new vanity was installed, complete with a butcherblock countertop, courtesy of Nate's vision. Then Sarah suggested the blue glass vessel sink with waterfall faucet that is the star attraction of the room. Sarah also knew that the 3 lamp light bar would be just right over the mirror, and Nate built the frame for the mirror. Since the old medicine cabinet now wasn't fitting the rustic style of this room at all, Nate custom built one with the unique addition of raw cedar framed by stained pine.
To finish off this master bath, custom closet doors were added, painted white to match the vanity. Double row of rods plus some clothes hooks hold more than imagined.
Finally a door was added to separate the bathroom from the master bedroom, something the condo had never had before. Nate expertly applied a cling vinyl privacy screen in a bamboo pattern to the glass door.
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