Bellevue Master Bathroom with Japanese Elegance

Tricia wanted an updated aesthetic in her master bathroom, along with improved functionality in terms of the overall temperature of the space and speed of warm water to her shower. She also wanted to include elements in the design that would allow her to age gracefully in her home.

The master bathroom design utilized an Ansel Adams picture for inspiration and color scheme. A deep freestanding tub was installed near the fireplace and would serve as her Japanese Soaking Tub. The design included the shower and tub in the same area with a linear drain, creating an open wet room, leaving plenty of space for wheelchair accessibility, should it be needed. The existing double-sided fireplace facade was refaced on the bathroom side to include new beautiful gray porcelain tile from United Tile and the fireplace itself was painted black with heat-safe paint to give it new life. The same tile was used for the floor with a heat underlayment for most of the bathroom, including in the toilet area. A Pental Grigio Wave accent wall graced the south side of the wet room, providing a lovely alternative to the gray. Tricia chose Bati Orient Flat Pebbles as the floor tile for both looks and tactile presentation. A unique element in Tricia’s bathroom, was the beautifully etched glass door that created privacy for the toilet area upon entrance to the room. She opted for a horizontal grain bamboo vanity from KC Fine Cabinetry with a Sienna stain, topped with a Cambria quartz countertop in Fieldstone with a wave edge to complete the look.

The finished bathroom remodel is cohesive, beautiful and functional and still features Tricia’s beautiful Lake Sammamish view from her new shower.

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