The clients wanted a soaking tub where they could enjoy their views of Lake Washington. It was cleverly fitted into the corner where the surrounding tile could extend into the shower area, maximizing usable space.
The view of Lake Washington is the family's favorite part about their home. They spend lots of time enjoying the outdoors and admiring the view, so they added a pool to this backyard. Having the pool so close to the lake makes the family feel as if Lake Washington really is right in their own backyard.
The family loves to look out their back door and see the lovely views of Lake Washington, so several gigantic windows were added to the back side of the house. Each level was then given a balcony so that the family could enjoy the views from different vantage points. The balconies each have glass railings so that nothing can get in the way of this family's love of the water.
Rich blues and reds elegantly decorate this bedroom that features an entire wall of windows looking out over Lake Washington and the homes of Bellevue. In the bay window, a green settee welcomes afternoons of daydreaming.
This stunning 5400 sq. ft. Craftsman style beach house offers spectacular views of Lake Washington, five bedrooms and four baths, a detached garage, off-street parking, and cedar shake roof -- plus, it's steps from the water's edge.
This beautiful Seattle home is a historical landmark featuring meticulously renovated Victorian Queen Anne architecture and sweeping views of Lake Washington and the Cascades. All around the home, 14,000 square feet of landscaped grounds invite rambling walks and afternoon lawn parties.
This Craftsman style beach house in Washington state is only steps from the water's edge, and sits on a private, landscaped lot along Lake Washington. The home also features postcard views of the Seattle skyline and snow-capped Olympic Mountains from every room.
This Craftsman style, waterfront home features a classic living room that's warm and inviting. A stone fireplace centers the space with wooden mantel and built-in shelving, while the best views are seen through the French doors that open up to Lake Washington.