Sequestered below the expansive penthouse, a master suite containing a library/media room flanked by two operable glass walls for light and summer breezes, one leading to a private deck overlooking the front garden. Understated opulence is the theme on this floor. Before retiring for the night unwind in the library with a movie and popcorn from the thoughtfully concealed microwave, or shake a cherry from the wet bar. Or simply peruse your collections, handsomely showcased in the elegant and neatly fitted shelving. Then head to your bedroom, a haven and refuge tucked peacefully away at the back of the house, perhaps the one place in Seattle where perfect sleep is possible.
As with the rest of the residence, no detail has been overlooked in assuring your personal comfort and pleasure. Room darkening draperies reduce ambient light and noise. Enjoy the entire floor as one free-flowing space, or take advantage of the multiple strategically placed pocket doors (invisible when not in use) to create separate experiences in the bedroom, bathroom, closet and library. For further customization close the pocket door to the bedroom if you wish to air-condition just the sleeping area. In the decadently appointed master bath awash in warm greys and whites, a ceiling faucet fills the bath without splashing, while a row of under-vanity lighting does double duty as softly glowing night lamps. These are sleeping quarters designed to treat you as gently as you need – and deserve – after a day of intense work and/or an evening of intense festivity.
Bedroom positioned in most quiet location
Room darkening draperies
Ceiling installed reading lamps, individually controlled at each side of the bed
Bath countertops and backsplash of matched Calacatta Gold marble
Kohler Iron Works Tellieur bathtub recalls Old World clawfoot tubs