The Forest Way Project: Minimal Master Bathroom Design
The Forest Way Project: Minimal Master Bathroom Design
Mavella HomeMavella Home
A stunning minimal master bathroom featuring marble shower herringbone and mosaic floor tiles. Also features a modern floating toilet, quartz shower bench, and custom white oak shaker vanity with stacked quartz countertop.
Berscheid Builders - Golf Haven Estates
Berscheid Builders - Golf Haven Estates
Westwind Woodworkers Inc.Westwind Woodworkers Inc.
Michael's Photography
HT Residence
HT Residence
Laney LA, Inc.Laney LA, Inc.
Rather than starting with an outcome in mind, this 1,400 square foot residence began from a polemic place - exploring shared conviction regarding the concentrated power of living with a smaller footprint. From the gabled silhouette to passive ventilation, the home captures the nostalgia for the past with the sustainable practices of the future. While the exterior materials contrast a calm, minimal palette with the sleek lines of the gabled silhouette, the interior spaces embody a playful, artistic spirit. From the hand painted De Gournay wallpaper in the master bath to the rugged texture of the over-grouted limestone and Portuguese cobblestones, the home is an experience that encapsulates the unexpected and the timeless.
Mukilteo Gem
Mukilteo Gem
Interiors by PopovInteriors by Popov
When we drove out to Mukilteo for our initial consultation, we immediately fell in love with this house. With its tall ceilings, eclectic mix of wood, glass and steel, and gorgeous view of the Puget Sound, we quickly nicknamed this project "The Mukilteo Gem". Our client, a cook and baker, did not like her existing kitchen. The main points of issue were short runs of available counter tops, lack of storage and shortage of light. So, we were called in to implement some big, bold ideas into a small footprint kitchen with big potential. We completely changed the layout of the room by creating a tall, built-in storage wall and a continuous u-shape counter top. Early in the project, we took inventory of every item our clients wanted to store in the kitchen and ensured that every spoon, gadget, or bowl would have a dedicated "home" in their new kitchen. The finishes were meticulously selected to ensure continuity throughout the house. We also played with the color scheme to achieve a bold yet natural feel.This kitchen is a prime example of how color can be used to both make a statement and project peace and balance simultaneously. While busy at work on our client's kitchen improvement, we also updated the entry and gave the homeowner a modern laundry room with triple the storage space they originally had. End result: ecstatic clients and a very happy design team. That's what we call a big success! John Granen.
Midwest Stone Display Kitchen | Waypoint Cabinetry
Midwest Stone Display Kitchen | Waypoint Cabinetry
Midwest Stone Source & Design StudioMidwest Stone Source & Design Studio
Cabinets: Waypoint Cabinetry | Maple Espresso & Painted Stone Countertops: Caeserstone Countertops - Alpine Mist and Leathered Lennon Granite Backsplash: Topcu Wooden White Marble Plumbing: Blanco and Shocke Stove and Hood: Blue Star
Modern Kitchen Remodeling - Castle Hill
Modern Kitchen Remodeling - Castle Hill
NOMI - Luxury Bathroom RemodelNOMI - Luxury Bathroom Remodel
The Modern-Style Kitchen Includes Italian custom-made cabinetry, electrically operated, new custom-made pantries, granite backsplash, wood flooring and granite countertops. The kitchen island combined exotic quartzite and accent wood countertops. Appliances included: built-in refrigerator with custom hand painted glass panel, wolf appliances, and amazing Italian Terzani chandelier.

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