One thing we’ve learned in our years of featuring home renovations is that the most beautifully designed spaces seem to happen over time. The quick flips and hurried timelines can be quite beautiful, but the spaces that stick with us have been thoughtfully planned and carefully executed.

Such is this case with this Seattle bathroom by designer Lisa Staton. We featured the rest of the home back in November of 2019. (You can take a peek right here!) A year or so later, the family was ready to continue the project and brought Lisa back to renovate the bathroom. They wanted it to feel warm, modern, and pay homage to the original mid-century style–which, to be fair, was reminiscent of Pepto Bismol.

“We wanted classic square blush tiles,” Lisa says. “We married this with a warm marble countertop and custom integrated shelf, and unlacquered brass that would patina with time!” It’s classic and incredibly sophisticated, but a little bit fun as well.

As is the case with so many homes we feature, Covid-19 through a few hurdles in the design process. “This was all planned on Zoom,” Lisa shares. “But because the primary suite opens up to a pool, luckily it had its own entrance, making it safe to do the work while being mindful of COVID protocols.”

Take a closer look in the slideshow, and don’t miss the rest of the home here.

Tile: Daltile // Rug: Vintage // Faucets: California Faucets // Marble: Breccia Oniciata // Pendant above tub: Triple Seven Home