The open floor plan for the living area and dining space finds unity in the bright white color palette with sea green and pink accents. The soft colors draw focus on the real showstopper: floor-to-ceiling views of Puget Sound.
Pine that was stained a dark walnut creates the open storage shelves below the counter in the baking center. The shelves resemble a freestanding piece of furniture, with display storage for a bread box, dessert stands, mixing bowls, glass cannisters for flour and sugar and a marble rolling pin. A new window above peeks out to an alluring water view.
The stylish metal cabinet that offers open and closed storage for decorative and practical home items has a black finish that complements the black details seen in the nearby kitchen, dining room and living room.
The custom walnut butcher-block floating shelf vanity adds the warmth of wood and makes the stylish bathroom feel open and airy. “It was all about making that space pure white and clean, and allowing the fixtures and the countertop to be the showstoppers,” says build manager Dan Faires.
The kitchen is home to another DIY moment. With some hardware brackets, and a solid piece of reclaimed wood that eventually had to be cut to size, the couple installed open shelving. It’s the perfect place to house their collection of ceramic dishware. A space was also added to hang pots to dry. The genius design allows water from the pots to drip right into their overflowing plant in the kitchen.