Project Showcase

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The inspiration for our client’s kitchen design and remodel was their favorite piece of wall art. This art, a photograph of cooking spices in an assortment of warm colors, inspired the remodel’s overall color palette.

This custom-built residence was our client’s childhood home, holding sentimental memories for her. Today as a detail-oriented Dentist and her husband, a retired Sea Captain, they wanted to put their own stamp on the house, making it suitable for their own unique lifestyle.

The objective for this Get-A-Way was to create an oasis inspired by natural elements. By adding a luxurious soaking bath and shower to their detached studio above the garage, we created a calming, spa-like retreat for the homeowners to relax and enjoy after riding horses or spending time outdoors.

The kitchen’s unique wall with open-soffits were mostly maintained, except for where a new opening was created adjacent to the living room. The wall removal increased the openness of the whole first floor and allows a view from the kitchen out onto the territorial deck thru the French Doors of the living room.

Our homeowners, a retired occupational therapist and her husband a UW horticulturalist, were planning to age in place (AIP) and engaged our design + build team to help them create the master suite they’d envisioned.

From drab to fabulous. This spectacular kitchen, with pops of blue, is now a bright and cheery living, eating, and entertaining hub.

Outdoor living makes your home’s square footage and livable space feel much larger. These homeowner’s desired to create an outdoor structure on the back of their home to help them enjoy the outdoors year-round under cover.

Fun is the theme in this remodeled 1950’s kitchen. Three artists came together to create this amazing remodel. The powerhouse homeowners, a music professor and opera singer, along with our certified kitchen designer planned this funky-retro kitchen remodel down to every last detail.

This former piano bar, in a Pioneer Square historic building, was refurbished into a classy sports lounge.

This three-story Capitol Hill urban home was ready for its master bathroom to transition from its 80’s Miami Vice motif to a 21 st -century modern masculine look.