The owner's of this Capitol Hill home wanted a more expansive primary suite on second floor for a completely remodeled primary bathroom and walk-in closet. The new primary bath features a vaulted ceiling and bay window niche for the freestanding tub. The addition was create by enclosing the deck with a new turret roof above for the primary bathroom and closet giving the primary bedroom more space as well.
The primary bathroom features an expansive ceiling with a skylight right above the shower. There are multiple windows across the space, which allows light to fully illuminate the room, creating a clean and bright feeling throughout. The shower doors are completely made of all glass, allowing for the room to feel even larger. The freestanding tub is a delight and includes fixtures that are elegantly placed that give a vintage appeal while upholding a modern statement. The marble tile flooring features an intricate patch pattern and extends upwards near the bathtub. For a playful touch, hexagonal tile is used in the shower. The darker marble countertops of the dual vanity, darker fixtures and black mirrors create a nice contrast with the otherwise bright, white space. This addition allowed for the primary closet to be expanded considerably, allowing for a full walk-in closet and built-in storage.
The redesign for the kitchen layout included expanding the overall space of the room to incorporate a large central island, built-in breakfast nook and sliding door to the patio, all allowing for more family space and entertaining guests.