This classic 1920'a home was remodeled in the 1980's with an addition that looked like a space ship had landed on top of it. The new homeowners wanted their master suite to feel like a retreat and a perch over the neighborhood from which they could gaze at the trees and river beyond.
Bi-fold windows open up this master bedroom to a treetop view and the river beyond. Weathered wood planks line the ceiling to give the room warmth. The center of the built-in cabinet hides a pop-up TV activated by remote control.
The new master bath has Caesarstone countertops, undermount sinks and beautiful blue tile and painted vanity. Porcelain plank tiles line the floor.
Master Bath Shower
Beautiful blue tiles and a pebble floor make this a shower that you want to spend time in.
A custom Caesarstone sink and countertop and wall-mount sinks make for an efficient use of space and easy to keep clean.
Boy's Bathroom Shower
Camouflage was the inspiration for the tile design for the three boys who would be using this bathroom. A built-in tiled bench below the existing window serves as a place to sit, as well as, shampoo storage.