Remodeled Home Tours
Showcasing Homes Professionally Remodeled by Our Team
Remodeled Home Tours - 2016
A 1941 Ballard Classic with tons of potential has been fully renovated for a loyal Seattleite. The whole home was remodeled from the inside out.
The refresh begins on the main floor. An expanded kitchen and revised master bathroom and bedrooms exist with the original architectural details intact, creating visual balance. A widened stairway leads downstairs to a newly reconstructed basement.
Comprehensive enhancements include earthquake retrofitting. The modernized exterior wows with new siding and windows, a revamped entry with a bay window, and covered stairway. A brand new deck serves as an observation and entertainment area overlooking the yard. The new driveway, garage door and walkways complete the look.
This remodel was inspired and created for a wonderful homeowner who will enjoy this space and the neighborhood for years to come.
This darling 1905 Capitol Hill home has a lot of charm. To complete its look, the kitchen, dining room and adjacent powder room have been modernized. A new kitchen design and expanded powder room increase the homeowner’s storage space and functionality.
The kitchen shines with Honey Maple cabinetry and Cambria quartz countertops, along with a gas cooktop, built-in double oven, and mosaic tile backsplash, all set to the backdrop of under-cabinet lighting and Marmoleum flooring. To integrate the original architecture into the kitchen and dining areas, arched doorways were built at either entrance, and new wood windows installed.
The adjacent powder room features cloud-white stained cabinetry, Cambria quartz countertops, and a glass tile backsplash, plus new plumbing fixtures, a ventilation fan, and Marmoleum flooring.
The home is now a complete package and an amazing space!
Remodeled Home Tours - 2015
This 1953 kitchen was transformed into an open concept and modernized to meet the growing needs of the young couple with a baby on the way. By removing the dividing wall, the small kitchen was transformed into an inviting, integrated space.
Features include: new cabinetry, appliances, quartz counter tops, tile backsplash, flooring, and updated lighting. A new pantry closet with a barn door and open corner shelving add to the modern styling.
This 1951 midcentury contemporary kitchen was updated by opening up the walls, relocating a doorway and reducing south-facing window heights to regain territorial mountain views. The new design created an unobstructed and stylish open concept kitchen for cooking, entertaining and family gatherings. Features include: new cabinetry integrating two different lines, appliances, quartz counter tops, tile backsplash, flooring and updated lighting.
Remodeled Home Tours - 2014
This charming Ballard home is more functional, brighter and more stylish since its bathroom and kitchen remodel. Mixing old with new, the master bathroom features black and white tiles with a curb-less shower and glass blocks. The space was enlarged by removing a linen closet and the bathtub to allow for a large walk-in shower with chrome polished plumbing fixtures and grab bars. Keeping the same footprint, the kitchen was remodeled on a limited budget. Cabinets were rebuilt to integrate the Zephyr range hood and new Silgranit sink. The kitchen remodel includes a new countertop, backsplash, and freshly painted cabinets.
This 1949 home was transformed to meet the changing needs of the homeowner, a retired war veteran. Using universal design principles the remodel includes a master bathroom, kitchen, living room with new fireplace, updated flooring, doors, trim, and wider doorways and staircase. All floor transitions were removed. The walk-in shower includes a bench and easier access and use was created in the updated kitchen. By removing obstacles, greater ease and overall safety was achieved. Thanks to these changes, the owner now has greater independence in his home.
Remodeled Home Tours - 2013
Marrying the old with the new, this kitchen was revitalized on a limited budget. The existing cabinetry was salvaged in the new design and complimenting cabinets were added to provide ample storage. The kitchen was opened up to the rest of the house, adding light and creating an open layout perfect for company. The new kitchen features stainless appliances, a glass mosaic tile backsplash, travertine tile floors and an abundance of functional quartz counter space. Modern luxury and perfect utility unite here.
Remodeled Home Tours - 2012
A sophisticated master bathroom and organized home office were created with a dormer addition to this 1931 brick home. The home was opened up using the existing closet and attic space to create the new rooms. The addition features custom cabinetry, granite countertops, creative tile designs and fir floors. The exterior Hardiplank shingles are painted in natural hues to compliment the brick color tones. Completely integrated, the new dormer looks as though it has always been there.