Beautiful bathroom remodels we’ve transformed for Beaverton, Portland & SW Washington homeowners.
As an experienced interior designer, our homeowner has gone room by room to transform their 2001 traditional to reflect the family’s current aesthetic. A refreshed layout took this master bathroom from drab to fab.
As an interior designer herself, our homeowner had done her research as she had a great sense of style and design to create a dream-worthy master bath.
WEST LINN, OREGON
The 6,900 square-foot-home features 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms and is an entertainer’s dream with large outdoor patios, wine room, home gym, media room and sauna.
Nestled near wine country, this home is a collaboration of designer and builder. When the couple sat down one Sunday afternoon to design their forever home.
PACIFIC CITY, OREGON
The initial home design for the picturesque lot overlooking the Oregon Coast was drawn on a napkin while the homeowners were on an airplane.
The master bathroom footprint was modified to make room for an expanded tile shower and freestanding tub. The crisp palette, updated fixtures, and mix of finishes bring elegance to the space.
This 1992 master bathroom needed a refresh. While the footprint remained the same, the dated, built-in bathtub was removed and a sleek, freestanding tub now elevates the space.
When this 1925 Dutch colonial hit the market, there was a complaint filed against it from the city’s housing bureau for an un-permitted, two-story addition.
When our clients bought this 1987, single-level home in the country, the blue master bathroom was on the top of the list to remodel.
This 1979 master bathroom needed to be refreshed. While the existing footprint worked well, the new surfaces and materials provide a richness to the space.
KING CITY, OREGON
This King City master bathroom was remodeled to not only look beautiful but to be completely ADA compliant and wheelchair accessible.
LAKE OSWEGO, OREGON
With a large area to work with, the goal was to better use the space and expand the walk-in closet.
The master bath was reminiscent of the 1980s with dated tile, large tub and tired cabinets.
White tile countertops, tired, oversized, oak cabinets, wallpaper and carpet in the master bathroom are now a thing of the past.