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Master Bathroom Suite Seattle - kids bath remodel

master suite & kids' bath


2010 REX Award winner


A '40s Tudor in the Mount Baker neighborhood of Seattle had one large ugly bathroom to serve three upstairs bedrooms. The brilliant solution is a double bathroom remodel: by dividing the space in two, there is now an elegant master bath and a spacious kids' bath. Completed 2009.master bath remodel seattle

Architect: Kim Goforth of Goforth-Gill Architects

project features


  • Double sinks with their own custom medicine cabinets and a sweet new Cherry Creek window to share
  • The custom vanity, built by Pete's Cabinets, is made of mahogany
  • The tile is sea grass limestone, cut in a field pattern for the walls and a basket weave tile pattern for the floors

project photos


Click on the thumbnails to read the story of this master sute bath remodel.
The entry door is still the same from the master bedroom, but what a difference inside!   Double sinks with their own custom medicine cabinets and a sweet new Cherry Creek window to share. The revised vanity area is symmetrical and beautiful, with traditional trim and cabinetry, and chrome Dornbracht faucets to bring some modern interest.  Note the controls to the left, which include a programmable thermostat for the heat mat under the tile The custom vanity, built by Pete's Cabinets, is made of mahogany and book-matched to show off the exceptional grain.  A continuous trim piece between the upper and lower sections of the cabinet lends simple elegance The cabinetry is set off visually from the subtle and beautiful tile work.  The tile is sea grass limestone, cut in a field pattern for the walls and a basket weave tile pattern for the floors The tile continues at the shower, with slab sea grass used at the threshold.  The relatively small space still feels quite open thanks to the full glass shower surround Inside the shower, more Dornbracht fixtures, including an overhead rain shower head and a second hand-held one.   An obsolete laundry chute and built-in cabinet in the original bathroom was removed, making this a spacious shower The four shelves in the corner are also made of slab sea grass.  The top ones hold shampoo and soap, and the lowest one is at a convenient location for shaving legs On the kids' side, a small closet and some hall space were captured to create an amazing large bathroom.  The sink is salvaged, and the original radiator reinstalled.  Two new mahogany windows match the same details as in the master bath Choosing a tub with a curved corner on one side allows this space to also stay as open as possible.  The toilet is tucked into the corner with the second window Before: funky skylight, laminate counters, terracotta tile.  One large bathroom with two doors and no privacy After: a spa-like oasis for mom and dad, and a cheerful second bath for kids

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