Phase 2 of the Innis Arden whole house remodel is complete. Phase 1 consisted of remodeling the lower floor complete with a new bathroom, guest room, offices, and theater room. The recent Phase 2 project consisted of remodeling the master suite. The design focused on opening up the views to the Puget Sound from the master bedroom, creating a more efficient walk-in closet, and developing a beautiful spa-like bathroom space. The bathroom is laid out with his and hers teak vanities, steam shower with built in bench, enclosed toilet room, and large soaking tub. High end plumbing fixtures were used for the bathroom including a ceiling mounted shower head for the shower and the laminar ceiling tub filler.
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Wood joinery at new front porch and rear gazebo.
H2D Architecture + Design recently completed this major remodel and addition to a Bellevue home. The family came to H2D with a vision of remodeling the master suite, fixing an existing leaky balcony, and creating an outdoor living area with a hot tub gazebo and large deck. As construction began, the project grew to great proportions when the contractor discovered that a previous addition to the rear of the home was not connected to the existing house. The result of this discovery was that the whole rear of the house needed to be removed due to the unsound existing construction. Through some immediate, creative planning, the dilemma turned out to have some positive benefits. The new rear addition allowed for a larger master suite, guest bedroom, office space, and guest bathroom, while maintaining the expansive outdoor living area and gazebo.
Photos by: Chris Watkins Photography
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