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Paradise Found

Location: Beaverton, OR

Designing a Zen oasis.

Our repeat clients invited us back to remodel their primary and hall bathrooms in their 1983 Beaverton home. Both bathrooms were outdated and needed better storage solutions for the small areas. The outdated bathtub took up a good portion of the footprint of the small primary bathroom, not leaving much room for a shower. The new wet room design allows for creative space planning, brings the outside in, and provides the couple with the ultimate retreat that fits their Northwest Contemporary style.

Before

Homeowner Wish List

  • Larger shower
  • Incorporate a soaking tub
  • Add more storage
  • Create a beautiful space to relax in

reward

Project Outcome and Results

Solutions

  • Designed a wet room layout to fit a soaking tub and walk-in shower
  • Installed a large skylight to create the illusion of a higher ceiling
  • Raised the roof to get more headroom in the shower
  • Installed radiant heated flooring
  • Placed the shower head near the highest pitch of the vaulted ceiling
  • Added a large, partially obscure window that is operable for airflow
  • Designed a tall, floor-to-ceiling cabinet for linens
  • Moved the toilet away from the middle of the room
  • Added a privacy screen, which also functions as a design element

Ready for a Refreshed Bathroom?

You’ve waited long enough. Let’s transform your bathroom into a space you love. Work with our team to design a beautiful and functional bathroom completely customized to you.

We have worked with them before, and they always do a great job. Knowledgeable, reputable, easy to work with…top notch!