Transitional Bath Transformation
This dated bathroom in the Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle, WA received a drastic makeover from Amy K Limp Architecture with a larger footprint, a clean color palette and the marble look of PentalQuartz in Avenza.
In the renovation, they were able to capture space from inefficient closets on either side of the bathroom, allowing for a more expansive layout, a large enclosed shower and dual vanities. By using a neutral grey and white palette, the space feels chic and spacious and leaves room for extensive texture to be added with tile through the floor and walls.
On the vanities, PentalQuartz in Avenza rests atop dark grey custom cabinets. A wall-mounted Brizo faucet over a Kohler under mount sink adds a touch of modern with clean lines across the vanity top. Natural marble hex tile moves through the entire floor of the bathroom and up the wall into a backsplash.
A walk in shower with borderless glass shower doors replaced a dark and enclosed bathtub area, opening up the sight lines of the space. The inset shower niche with another splash of the marble hex tile creates a focal point and continues the pattern from the floor of the bathroom. With a luxurious rain showerhead and a seating area, the spa finishes make for a serene shower experience.
Photos by Chi Krneta Photography
Build by Rhino Construction