Sunset Hill Bathroom Remodel Featured on Houzz

Erik Jackson in Seattle, WA on Houzz

Houzz hand-picked this Sunset Hill bathroom remodel for their editorial ideabook on the homepage. 

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"Pink Tile Charms in a Family Bathroom

By Becky Harris

This Seattle family of four had outgrown the second-floor bathroom in its 1920s home. So the homeowners called Jackson Design Build, which had designed and executed their kitchen remodel, for some assistance. Having worked with these clients before, designer Lisa Price had a strong sense of their aesthetic. “Three words drove this design: classic, practical and charming,” she says. The result is a roomy bath the couple share with their two young daughters.

Bathroom at a Glance
Who lives here: 
A couple and their two young daughters
Location: Seattle
Size: 86 square feet (8 square meters); 9½ by 9 feet
Designer: Lisa Price of Jackson Design Build and Tamar Kestenbaum of Sienna & Sage Interior Design

Before: The only bathroom on the second floor of the home had a tub-shower combo, poor light and dated finishes. Because they had a bathroom with a soaking tub on the main floor, the homeowners decided they could get rid of this bathtub to make room for a spacious shower stall. Price tackled the space planning and called interior designer Tamar Kestenbaum to collaborate on the project and choose the finishes.

After: Price removed a wall behind the tub, taking over space from an adjacent closet. The shower and black cabinet occupy that space.

The original dusty rose tiles inspired both designers, but the homeowners said there was no way they were going to live with them. So the duo schemed to get a bit of pink into the room somehow. “Tamar got some penny rounds, planning for a small splash of pink. But then she proposed they just go for it on the floor. The husband loves it and says that now this pink is like a neutral to him,” Price says. “Tamar has this great detailing brain and came up with the pattern. The black tile anchors the shower.” Because the shower is curbless, this was an important intersection. “We had to be very careful about where the glass enclosure hit the tile,” Price says.


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Pink Tile Charms in a Family Bathroom


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