“The bathroom is where most people begin and end their days. So it’s only natural that a busy professional in an affluent Seattle suburb invested in creating a spa-like oasis in her 400-sq.-ft. master bath. Chermak Construction Inc., Edmonds, Wash., made it happen. Unique material and color selection throughout the space helps create the fusion of contemporary, traditional and rustic features to match the wooded setting where the house sits.”
So begins the article titled “In-home Oasis” appearing in the March 2014 issue of Qualified Remodeler magazine. In fact, a photo of the amazing bathroom remodel — which includes a fireplace, claw-footed bathtub and a loft meditation area — serves as the magazine’s cover.
“This extensive project was done in Mercer Island and was, to our delight, quite a victory in pleasing our client,” said Kathy Hashbarger, marketing manager for Chermak Construction, a long-time My Edmonds News sponsor. “We did so by coming up with some very unique design ideas. She [the client] incorporated both a wardrobe room with a library railing ladder system and a raised meditative loft area for relaxing and reading. She called that space within the bathroom suite, the “Magic Room.”
You can read the entire article and see more photos here.