The master bedroom is a place of rest and retreat, a private enclave from which to begin and end your day. It’s a space uniquely suited to your needs and well-being and reflective of your style. Great bedroom design is an opportunity to craft a space completely tailored to you, and Bellevue’s Wood, Stone, and Water home masters this endeavor.
Architect Curtis Gelotte designed the home as a set of nesting rooms. The entryway and main living spaces dominate the residence, providing an open, light-filled space in which to cook, eat, and gather. Posts and beams mimic trees in a forest and soaring windows create the illusion that home is one with the natural landscaping outside.
The owner’s bedroom design carries these same elements, but on a cozier scale. While enclosed and private, it provides a view to the rest of the home’s tree-like tresses, creating the air of a luxury treehouse protected from the world. A stone fireplace and sitting area look down on the city below.
The bed itself is the final room in the nested set. It rests beneath its own trellis structure, creating a sense of natural refuge and warmth. The structure scales down the size of the suite and balances the spaciousness of the room with a sense of snug comfort.
Set apart in its own corner of the house, Wood, Stone, and Water’s master bedroom design captures a sense of woodland luxury. Its warmth, scale, and attention to detail make it a perfect haven for its occupants. It’s a design that evolved out of conversation with our clients and crafted to reflect them.
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Gelotte Hommas Drivdahl Architecture is a dedicated custom home architecture firm that serves the Greater Seattle area and beyond. We specialize in designing luxury custom homes imbued with the art of architecture and uniquely suited to your lifestyle. Contact us to schedule a consultation.