Turning dreams into reality, this homeowner sought after what she called “forest glen”. This beautiful timber-framed home is surrounded by woodsy landscape, including a creek running through the property. Tying in the outdoor feels, on the indoors, complimented the home by offering a serene spa like retreat, a rustic and natural experience.
Upon entering the bathroom, it is as if you are following a trail of river rock, complimented with an enriching silver green slate. While there is a rocky appearance, the flooring itself remains smooth and soft on the feet. Flow is an important aspect of designing a space, especially one with goals of tranquility. Utilizing the same material as the floors, we used a different cut, leaving the interior walls of the shower and remaining wall space surrounding the bathroom with a raw and natural feel to the stone. This not only adds dimension, but creates a truly rustic experience, or as the homeowner states, “a stumble into the woods.”
A Pacific Northwest driven design wouldn’t be complete without a woodwork beauty to compliment a rocky landscape. Blue pine ship lap lines the walls creating an ambience of inviting warmth, a great space to escape a cold rainy day!
In with the new, but not out with the old! The doors used in the space are both repurposed antiques, complimented by a barn-door medicine cabinet, a true aura.
His and her sinks can be a necessity among homeowners and buyers, so why settle for the mundane? As you will see, these beautifully raised sink bowls are made of true copper! As one of the oldest metals, copper is known for being durable, making it a long-lasting addition to a home.
It is important to find retreat from our everyday bustle, which is exactly what this space offers. We are so glad we could turn this vision into a realistic retreat!
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