Seattle Ravenna Dream Transformation Primary Bathroom & Multi-Room Remodel

A growing family needs a home that makes raising a newborn and a toddler a little less chaotic, by providing the space and functionality their everyday routines require. Our clients in the Ravenna neighborhood of Seattle had a half-remodeled second floor in their Tudor-style home that needed to be totally reimagined to become the primary suite, bedrooms, and bathroom they longed for, as well as an underutilized, unfinished basement that became an attractive multifunctional family space - complete with a handy laundry area!



The second floor began as two large bedrooms and one outdated, small bathroom. The family of four knew that sharing one bathroom would only get more difficult as the children got older, and that having separate bedrooms for their energetic toddler and tiny newborn would make naptime and bedtime much smoother.

A dream bathroom was carved into the existing bedroom to create a luxurious space where two busy, hardworking parents could unwind and restore with ease. A set of tempered glass French doors open to reveal a spa-like oasis.

A wide double vanity provides plenty of room for the couple’s toiletries, paired with a wide mirror means that no one feels cramped. The sleek pendants and fixtures help create the rich, modern style design style the clients desired.


The star feature of this bathroom is certainly the spacious dual shower. The large picture window allows natural light to pour in, and the frameless glass walls of the shower let the rays continue, making the entire space feel bright and inviting.


Niches were strategically placed throughout the shower’s honed marble walls to ensure sure all the essentials had a proper home. The shower controls were placed on the pony wall for easy access without being blasted with cold or hot surges.


Step through the pair of modern, glass and black-framed French doors to enter a plush, spacious primary bedroom.

Everywhere you turn in the bathroom, you find stylish features. The toilet nook’s accent tiles and modern light fixture add a surprising point of interest. 


A wall of custom cabinets makes incredible use of the space under the room’s sloped ceiling. The knobs coordinate with the bathroom’s hardware, making the entire primary suite feel cohesive.


Entering the second floor’s main bathroom, you are greeted by a whimsical space whose features add a touch of joy to everyday living.

White Carrara penny tile on the floor and lining the shower niche juxtaposes playfully with the mosaic blue tile on the walls. 



Satin bronze shower fixtures create beautiful contrast with the deep mermaid blue tile.

A hand shower is helpful for rinsing during bathtime.



The fun continues with a scalloped wallpaper and mirror accompanying the vanity, with midcentury modern sconces stationed on either side.

The satin bronze contrast is carried through to the faucet, and the striking blue shower tiles are lay in a new pattern across the half wall, whose ledge provides additional storage.

Speaking of storage, notice how a framed picture door is opened to reveal a hidden medicine cabinet!



In the basement, a laundry area and mud room were created just off an entrance to the home. The tile floor allows for easy cleanup of whatever’s been tracked inside.

This area flows seamlessly into a multifunctional area; exercise equipment and plenty of toys live there so that the upstairs family room remains clear.

The next few years for these clients will be incredibly busy, but full of special life milestones. They now have a home that allows them to focus on spending precious time together as a family, instead of scrambling for an open bathroom

The remaining space on the second floor was divided to create two bedrooms.

Due to the house’s style of architecture, the bedrooms have unique shapes that ultimately add to the experience of the space; allowing for separate “areas” of the room and built-in nooks to create the perfect childhood hideaway.

The window was enlarged in this room to allow for greater natural light to flow in. 


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