Previously we shared the main floor of our West Bellevue Custom Home.
Today we are venturing upstairs to the family areas. The landing at the top of the stairs is generous and open, creating a central area that all the rooms are connected to. A reading nook with a 12’ wide live-edge walnut bench looks out over the backyard and creates an inviting gathering area.
To the left of the stairs are the laundry room and upstairs guest suite. Both sets of the client’s parents live out-of-country and enjoy extended stays when they visit. The dual guest suites allow for ample privacy and personal space on these visits. The laundry room is modest but packed with storage and large counter space for folding.
The master suite features an ample walk-in closet designed by California Closets. The extra-large shower houses a deep soaking tub with tons of light pouring in from the skylight overhead. The walnut cabinetry and dark gray wall tile on the opposite wall create a moody contrast to the bright shower.
Across the upstairs common area are bedrooms for the client’s children, each featuring a balcony and generous closet space. The shared kid’s bathroom showcases champagne brass plumbing fixtures, pebble shower floor tile, warm wood cabinetry, a tall quartz backsplash, and medicine cabinet mirrors with interior outlets.
The final upstairs area is a bonus room with large architectural glass panels overlooking the entry and the stairs. The family plans to use this as a study and workout space, but the large, open space makes it perfect for many uses.
Working with clients to create their dream home is why we do what we do! If you are ready to begin the journey toward your dream home, contact us today.
Architect: ArchiUS Design
Structural Engineer: Phillips Structural Engineering, PLLC
Civil Engineer: Plog Engineering
Geotech engineer: Mark Dodds, P.E
Builder: Eakman/Alair Kirkland
Land survey: Terrane
Solar panels: A+R solar panel
Landscape design: Cedarmist Gardens
Audio visual consultant: Seattle HiFi
Photography: Light & Life Photography