Mixing traditional and contemporary styles.
When our clients moved from California to Southwest Washington a few years ago, they found a gorgeous home on four acres in Camas. The elegant 2004 Tuscany home had the grandeur of an ornate estate but needed to fit with today’s style. The couple worked with Sharon Hocking Interior Design on the design and space planning, and Sharon introduced us when it was time to execute the construction of the primary bathroom remodel. While the space was large, the layout was unique, with an angled built-in Jacuzzi tub and gas fireplace in the center of the room.
Homeowner Wish List
- Create a more functional layout
- Replace the dated and poor-functioning elements
- Incorporate existing traditional features
- Add contemporary elements to create a cohesive design
- More natural light
Project Outcome and Results
- Relocated and expanded the vanity
- Stole space from the adjacent room to add a curbless walk-in shower
- Used rift white oak for cabinets
- Incorporated custom built-in linen cabinet
- Installed quartz countertops
- Placed freestanding bathtub on the perimeter wall
- Added skylights for natural light