West Seattle Rambler

This mid-century modern kitchen experienced an amazing makeover by incorporating an adjacent, little used ‘family room’. Functionality was of utmost importance, but aesthetics followed close behind. Appliance heavy, even more stainless steel was incorporated for a fully-integrated look. The industrial scullery sink accommodates clean up with ease. Artful storage was built into the end of the fireplace as part of the beverage peninsula. The floating shelf and column detail that anchors one end of the scullery becomes a focal point, while the custom cold rolled steel and glass hood provides asymmetrical elegance and glows at the center of it all.

The master bathroom and closet creates specific his / her areas by cleverly splitting the accessibility of a floating vanity island. He approaches from one side, her from the other, with sinks, faucets and mirrors appropriately configured. The double sided mirrors service the closet areas and they swivel so all angles are visible. Incorporating the closets into the space plan allowed for maximum, yet beautiful storage. A floor to ceiling glass wall defines the end of the bathroom, allowing natural light to spill into the space, concealing the WC and steam shower beyond. The contemporary Asian jewelry box result is amazing.