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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This kitchen and bathroom remodel was completed for a couple in the Crown Hill neighborhood of Seattle. The couple has lived in the house for years and had been planning to update the original kitchen and bathroom. The goals included … Continue reading
Join us on Saturday, April 27th from 11-5pm for the Northwest Green Home Tour. H2D Architecture + Design’s Backyard Artist’s studio is featured on the tour. The studio is located in the quiet north Seattle neighborhood of Broadview at 11509 Phinney Ave N, Seattle, WA 98133.
Green features include: Built Green Certification, Rain screen siding assembly, salvaged materials, recycled content tile, zero voc paints, and much more.
More information about the tour and a listing of the other locations on the tour, can be found at: https://www.ecobuilding.org/guild-chapters/seattle/green-home-tour The tour is free and open to the public.
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