The architect the owners of this Bellevue home chose for this project had a contemporary vision for the whole house, beginning with this master bedroom addition. It is both expansive and eye catching from start to finish, with its play on shapes and colors. At the far end of the room, Andersen windows and doors exit to an exterior balcony and allow natural light to accentuate the ceiling's many competing angles. Upon entering the room, attention is called to the architect's own painted canvas, which was commissioned solely for this room's use. The radius wall opposing the artwork has a faux finish and houses the master bathroom.
Just off of the bedroom, this master bathroom comes fully equipped with a walk-in steam shower, drop-in soaking tub, porcelain tiling, and glass block windows. One of a kind features include a custom made stair-stepped vanity and a relite window that peers through the radius wall out onto the bedroom wall's artwork.
Continuing with the architect's contemporary vision, this kitchen plays with metals in an interesting way. Stainless steel appliances seamlessly partner with a nickel foil backsplash that doubles as artwork from the dining room's vantage point. JM Bogan helped make this design plan possible by creating a stainless steel panel for the wall that extended from the range to the vent hood, thereby preserving its appearance and longevity. New maple flooring and custom-made cabinets help to accentuate these features. The final touch is another piece of the architect's artwork that is framed and mounted against the counter to ceiling backsplash.
Parallel to the dining room, an eye-catching fireplace, partnered with a floating mantel, awaits its after dinner guests.