From this side of the bathroom, guests can see the full size of that sleek white vanity. A low-level shelf keeps extra towels on hand, while a stall shower waits at the ready once guests decide to retire for the evening.
One of the home's five bathrooms, this small space features a large mirror, two medicine cabinets, a sleek modern vanity and plenty of drawers for extra linens. The neutral-and-black tile adds a fun, retro touch to the space.
Down the hall, a door opens to this two-toned, transitional guest bathroom. An oversized mirror anchors the wall and makes the small space seem even larger, while cabinets on either end offer storage for extra towels and travel-sized products.
Have you ever seen a master bathroom more beautiful than this? Two large, circular mirrors with matching vanities serve as his-and-her sinks, ensuring that the owners' have plenty of elbow room while they get ready in the morning. Meanwhile, wainscoting makes the soaking tub look timeless and elegant.
This master bathroom is easy on the eyes thanks to a bay window with views of the Seattle skyline. A soaking tub with a wide rim encourages the owners to keep towels, books and glasses of wine on hand.
On the other side of the master bath, glass doors swing open to reveal a glorious, generously-sized shower. Yellow tile casts this corner in a golden glow, while three shower heads allow the owners to adjust the settings to their liking.
Windows curve around the bed in this guest room, offering panoramic views of Seattle's Puget Sound. To complement the coastal setting, the designers outfitted this space with pillows and accents in sandy hues, as well as a duvet cover featuring palm leaves. A driftwood-esque desk increases the space's functionality.
Since this Seattle home has such an expansive floor plan, the owners were able to construct a special guest suite, complete with a sitting area and dining space. Here, visitors will find a large brown leather sectional, coffee table, two ottomans and a colorful artwork.
With its mother of pearl picture frames, light green accents and sandy color palette, this master suite quietly exudes coastal style. Since their bed is positioned right in front of the windows, the owners can also enjoy sweeping views of downtown Seattle.
This master bedroom makes good use of its unique layout by tucking a console table in the corner and a cushioned seat beneath the window. Neutral linens decorate the bed and ensure that the space feels light, airy and utterly relaxing.
Instead of letting this uniquely-shaped space go to waste, the designers installed a circular banquette and matched it with a round dining table and two chairs. The result? A cozy little breakfast nook where the owners and their kids can share a meal or sit down and review homework together.
Like the living room, this breakfast nook comes with a big bay window that overlooks Seattle's Elliot Bay and the Space Needle. Floor-to-ceiling cabinets in this space and the eat-in kitchen ensure that the owners have plenty of storage for their plates, bowls and various appliances.
Behind the tufted sofa, a large archway opens into the formal dining room, making it easy to enjoy drinks and skyline views before heading to the table for dinner. Since the hardwood floors continue into the dining space, they create a sense of "visual flow" as well.
Once the sun goes down, the living room's bay window puts on quite a show, flaunting pink skies and views of Elliot Bay and the Space Needle. Notice how the designers outfitted this space with pillows in a slight pinkish hue to subtly complement the display.
Though dominated by neutral walls, furniture and floors, this transitional living room is anything but bland or boring. Rather, an abundance of patterned pillows decorate the tufted sofas and pull some visual interest into the space, while a striped area rug below enlivens the hardwood floors.
As the heart of the home, this living room has plenty of spots -- like two tufted sofas and a cushioned window seat -- where the owners can gather as a family. A nesting coffee table anchors the space and can be expanded to accommodate snacks and drinks, while a brick fireplace brings in some additional warmth.