This 1950's interior home makeover has enhanced the homeowner’s livability as remote-working professionals. The new design focuses on the homeowner's desire to age in place with better function, comfort, and style.
This 1914 home was fully remodeled and repurposed to meet the family’s modern-day needs, while maintaining the architectural character. The first floor was reframed, seismic & structurally retrofitted. A new kitchen remodel with walk-in pantry opens to the dining and living areas. The front porch doors now open onto the newly rebuilt front porch, expanding entertaining space and enhancing biophilic design.
This custom home overlooking Lake Washington was overdue for an update. Fortunately, the client contacted us before the water damage on their top deck got too bad. The entire home underwent a facelift inside and out.
The new design included framing in the old leaky deck and building a larger, more functional home office.
This “forever home” was built in the early 2000s and revitalized for a working couple on the move.
The entire first floor of this Lynnwood home was fully revamped. Once the model-unit of the housing development, this home was redesigned bringing it into the present era. The entry, living room, dining room, kitchen, laundry, and family rooms were fully redesigned.
Nestled in the heart of Richmond Highlands, this unique French-colonial style home was updated adding a special French-inspired kitchen. The addition bumped-out the space allowing for built-in bench seating, a large island for preparing large family meals, an imported gas range from France, and a dedicated coffee bar. Custom cabinets, and a separate walk-in pantry highlight the provincial charm of this warm, spacious kitchen. An updated adjoining family room rounds out this inviting, sophisticated continental kitchen remodel.
With astounding views, this mid-century home in Richmond Beach was completely transformed by adding a 3rd story and replacing the home’s entire exterior. The new top floor includes a master suite with sauna, private balcony, and a larger deck with an outdoor kitchen for entertaining. The renovation also includes a full interior makeover with new kitchen, dining & living room keeping its mid-century roots. As this is the owner’s “forever home”, universal design elements were incorporated throughout, including an elevator up to the new master suite. This new home has transformed this family’s life, and their pets – Rocky & Bullwinkle too!!
This 1954 Hillwood home was redesigned for its 21st Century family. An open concept floor plan, with modern amenities, guided this first-floor remodel. It includes a larger expanded kitchen, which features a cooktop peninsula and bar seating. French doors now open onto a newly expanded outdoor living space and Trex deck.
The main bathroom also underwent a transformation, the new design includes storage space and modernized amenities to appease each family member. We loved working with this local Shoreline family and are so glad that they’re happy with the results.
This rambler’s small kitchen was dysfunctional and out of touch with our client’s needs. She desired a larger footprint without an addition or expanding the footprint to stay within a realistic budget for her homes size and neighborhood.
A retired couple desired a valiant master suite in their “forever home”. After living in their mid-century house for many years, they approached our design team with a concept to add a 3rd story suite with sweeping views of Puget sound. Our team stood atop the home’s rooftop with the clients admiring the view that this structural lift would create in enjoyment and value. The only concern was how they and their dear-old dog, would get from their ground floor garage entrance in the daylight basement to this new suite in the sky?
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.
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.