Defining Northwest Style: The Great Kitchen & Bath Tour

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Defining Northwest Style: The Great Kitchen & Bath Tour

This month, HomeStyling Design is partnering with UBuildIt as part of the National Kitchen and Bath Association’s (NBKA) Great Kitchen & Bath Tour. We are proud to be part of this event, which benefits Children’s Hospital. The tour will take place this Saturday, May 17th and Sunday, May 18th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the six participating home sites.

Screen Shot 2014-05-15 at 9.47.06 AMThis year will feature six homes located around Seattle and on the east side. Each has a spectacular kitchen and/or bath for you to view, with one house (the HomeStyling Design entry) available for a full tour. You will meet talented NKBA designers and get inspired by the latest styles, techniques, and innovations in kitchen and bath design. Each customized project showcases the finest work in the industry with NBKA standards of beauty and functionality with Northwest style and beyond.

Here’s a sneak peek at each of the featured homes on the great tour:

1.  HomeStyling Design/ UBuildIt: 2612 NW 64th St. Ballard

This full-house tour features floating stairs to the master suite, a deluxe kitchen, and livable open style. The exterior is kept traditional while the interior is inspired by European contemporary open spaces.

2. Bristol Design & Construction: 7506 57th Pl NE Seattle

A remodel turned this kitchen into a sophisticated, contemporary space that shines in a classic black and white palate. This industrial interior embraces the neighboring great room lounge and Lake Washington views.

3. Meredith Stenning Design: 12909 167th Ave NE Redmond

This former Street of Dreams master bathroom underwent a makeover to make it more modern and functional. The warm palette and state-of-the-art materials have turned it into a luxury space for him and her.

4. Fishtail Construction: 4050 37th Ave SW Seattle

This home was entirely remodeled with a second story addition. The traditional lines and fresh finishes create a happy family home.

5. Meredith Stenning Design: 6121 85th Pl SE Mercer Island

The warm-palette kitchen in this bright home was designed with a busy family in mind. The kitchen revolves around functionality with an efficient floor plan, modern materials, and clean lines.

6. Studio KB: 13912 SE 47th St. Bellevue

This Somerset house was built in the 1970s and lacked the architectural details to take advantage of the home’s best feature: the view! It has recently been renovated with an open concept brighten up the space and focus on the sights.