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Example of a classic bathroom design in Seattle

Guest CabinTraditional Bathroom, Seattle

Architecture by Bosworth Hoedemaker
Interior Design by Garret Cord Werner

This San Juan Islands retreat is based on the idea of camp. It provides places to come together as a family and ways of retreating into small personal spaces. A main house has four public spaces arranged along a central axis – the kitchen, dining room, living room, and den. Behind these more generous spaces are a fireplace inglenook, mud room, laundry, office, and bath. Other buildings in the compound include a master cabin, writer’s hut, guest cabin, barn, and picnic shelter. With the exception of the barn, the buildings are located along a contour of the sloped site and connected between and through the buildings by a continuous path.

Example of a classic bathroom design in Seattle —  Houzz
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alexjac wrote:Nov 20, 2013
Jessica McClain wrote:Aug 17, 2012
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    Hoedemaker Pfeiffer
    This is a Sunrise Specialty bathtub. It is a little over 4' long, but most of the tubs in their catalog are larger.
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    Classic Clawfoot Tubs
    Generally, 48" inches is the smallest clawfoot tub size you can find.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

summerbaltzer
Summer Baltzer added this to 9 Ways to Create Comforting Farmhouse Style AnywhereJun 12, 2013

9. The luxury of a claw-foot tub. Although claw-foot tubs weren’t readily available in America until the late 19th century, they have become a staple of farmhouse design. Originally made of cast iron and lined with porcelain, these hefty pieces generally hold more water than modern tubs. The sloped end allows users to recline, unlike the tub’s European counterparts. Get this look: Fiberglass replicas of this original beauty can be purchased from just under $1,000 up to several thousand dollars. Not ready for the added expense? Try giving your bathroom a dose of farmhouse style with accessories. Hang hooks on walls to hold towels. Include a wooden chair for dressing or to use as a side table. Throw down a woven rug instead of a standard bath mat.

alaves
Alison Aves added this to Houzz Tour: San Juan Islands RetreatApr 13, 2011

Hoedemaker says the tub was based on the design for a vintage "maid's tub."

decordemon
decordemon added this to Design Dilemma: How Do I Modernize My Cedar Walls?Jan 12, 2011

If all-white is too clinical for you, sanding and painting planks off-white or antique white is most likely more feasible. This lightens up the space and modernizes the overall aesthetic, plus it will allow cedar or oak trim to stand out.

becky
Becky Harris added this to Ten Tips for Giving Your Bathroom PersonalityDec 5, 2009

1. Don't limit yourself to typical materials. Hardwood floors are not the first floor material that pops into most of our heads when we think of bathrooms. SIDE NOTE: The simplicity of this room makes it beautiful. White walls let you appreciate the horizontal boards, and the contrast between the tub and the warm woods is stunning.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

micheal_leavitt
Micheal Leavitt added this to Bathroom RemodelFeb 5, 2018

Claw foot tub, plenty of towel hooks

melanie_cuff
Melanie added this to BathroomFeb 5, 2018

9. The luxury of a claw-foot tub. Although claw-foot tubs weren’t readily available in America until the late 19th century, they have become a staple of farmhouse design. Originally made of cast iron and lined with porcelain, these hefty pieces generally hold more water than modern tubs. The sloped end allows users to recline, unlike the tub’s European counterparts.Get this look: Fiberglass replicas of this original beauty can be purchased from just under $1,000 up to several thousand dollars. Not ready for the added expense? Try giving your bathroom a dose of farmhouse style with accessories. Hang hooks on walls to hold towels. Include a wooden chair for dressing or to use as a side table. Throw down a woven rug instead of a standard bath mat.

tellee
Charity added this to Master BathroomAug 30, 2017

Claw tub and position in bathroom

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