Soak In This Sage-Green Wet Room With A Japandi Aesthetic


green bathroom by StruckSured Interiors

Designer Samantha Struck of StruckSured Interiors transformed this Oregon primary bath into a wet room inspired by those found in Southeast Asia. The walls are waterproof plaster and the copper fixtures are by Watermark. A teak shelf is mounted above the Barclay tub.

After living in Southeast Asia for work and falling in love with the region’s wet rooms, the owner of this Mount Hood, Oregon, residence wanted to incorporate the idea into his primary bath. The client tapped StruckSured Interiors’ Samantha Struck, who coincidentally had also lived in Southeast Asia for some time.

“We gelled over our experiences there,” Struck says. “The concept of a wet room is that the shower, toilet, tub and sink are all in one
waterproof space. We went for a very Japandi aesthetic that feels minimal yet warm and organic.” Struck selected materials and tones that reflect the owner’s love of the outdoors, such as sage-green waterproof plaster, natural-wood accents and copper plumbing.

“The plaster has a soap sealant that makes the walls feel like silk,” Struck notes. The result: a beautifully rich product with no maintenance.

Photo: Emily Kennedy