This turn-of-the-century original Sellwood Library was transformed into an amazing Portland home for it's New York transplants. Custom woodworking and cabinetry transformed this into a beautiful master bedroom. Beautiful French doors and dark stained wood floors add to the eclectic mix of original...
Sellwood Library House
Dining room was restored and developed. Owners discovered original box beams concealed above drywall and removed ceiling. Buffet and high windows are original. Likely, there was once a plate rail at sill height so we added one with MDF wainscot below. Leaded glass china cabinet doors are new, by...
Dining room restored
Tim Andersen Architect
Board and Vellum
This 4,500 square foot house faces eastward across Lake Washington from Kirkland toward the Seattle skyline. The clients have an appreciation for the Foursuare style found in many of the historic homes in the area, and designing a home that fit this vocabulary while also conforming to the zoning...
Kirkland Residence Breakfast Nook
Tucking the microwave into a wall cabinet gets it off the counter. The butcher block counter section works well as a prep area next to the refrigerator and with the toaster oven. Chandler Photography
Kathleen Donohue, Neil Kelly Co.
Originally built as a modest two-bedroom post-World War II brick and block rambler in 1951, this house has assumed an entirely new identity, assimilating the turn-of-the-century farmhouse and early century Craftsman bungalow aesthetic.
Moore Architects, PC
Historic Whole House Renovation - Chef's Kitchen
Backsplash: American Olean blue glass mosaic from Lowes, customized with some special ordered green tiles. Cabinets: Canyon Creek hickory cabinets with "Dune" finish.
New Forest Drive
Cornerstone Builders Inc
This Seattle remodel of a Greenlake house involved lifting the original Sears Roebuck home 12 feet in the air and building a new basement and 1st floor, remodeling much of the original third floor. The kitchen features an eat-in nook and cabinetry that makes the most of a small space. This home...
Seattle Green Remodel: Greenlake House LIft
Blue Sound Construction, Inc.