Riddle Construction and Design


Services Provided
kitchen remodeling
bathroom remodeling
whole house renovations
additions

Areas Served
Redmond, Bellevue, Bothell, Juanita, Kirkland and Woodinville

Business Description
"BEST OF HOUZZ 2014- Customer Satisfaction"
Riddle Construction & Design is a Redmond-based full-service residential contractor dedicated to the highest level of customer satisfaction. As an award-winning design-build company serving communities in Redmond, Bellevue and the Eastside, we offer our clients a wide range of home remodeling services from the initial design concept to the finished renovation. Our group of highly talented craftsmen will carry out your project with the finest skills that you expect for your home. This one-stop approach allows us to ensure quality from beginning to end while simplifying the overall process for you.

Certification and Awards
Certified: Master Kitchen and Bath Designer
Certified Member: National Kitchen & Bath Association
Member: National Association of Home Builders
Member: Master Builders Association
Member: Built Green
Certified: Lead Safe Firm
Location:
Redmond, WA US 
Contact:
Chris Riddle, CMKBD 
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Address:
13606 WOODINVILLE REDMOND RD. NE
Redmond, WA 98052 
License #:
RIDDLCD955LC 
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kiesoon
Thanks for your advice. I really like bath and shower area. Also I could move a door to the one third of the east wall (the house is on planning stage so free to imagine!) and put the toilet on the west and north corner with half wall, perhaps. Yes, dimension is 9 X 15 in US unit.
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If you can move the entry door towards the south wall by 3' then it allows the toilet to be in its own enclosure on the north wall. Toilet could sit with back to east wall with a pocket door enclosure. Allowing 6' in width for the wet room leaves 6' of vanity space on the west wall. However since the whole room is 9' wide you could do two separate vanities, on larger one on the west wall and a smaller one on the east wall. Shower door would need to be in the center between the two vanities.
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If you could post photos of the pendant choices that would help. To me a 13.5 " wide pendant seems large, however without seeing it, its hard to tell.
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adivra
Going over the center? Is there a sink? How big is the cap at the ceiling? There are lots of considerations. Generally there should be three but there are always exceptions.
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dnamama
Here's the 8" in brushed nickel: http://www.lightingdirect.com/quoizel-er1508-emery-1-light-mini-pendant/p835692 Cap is 5" at ceiling.
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If the room is small in dimension then the soffit may take up a lot of the ceiling space anyway which is why I would guess you designer recommended keeping it all one level. 86" is not all that short...I have seen shorter. If it were our project I would probably recommend the same solution. However I do advise you do a tall vertical mirror over the vanity and if budget allows either tile or wallpaper run vertically on the walls. This will give the illusion of height and draw the eye up and down. Stay away from dark paint colors and make sure to paint the ceiling white.
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pearriverparents
Thanks. They framed the ceiling and the highhats are there....Does not feel all that bad actually! Thanks for the advice.
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This deck is not wood and not stained. It is a composite material called Azak color slate gray.
July 17, 2014 at 10:35am   
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Based on the dimensions you have given and the religious aspects you mention you are very restricted in what the layout can be. The best solution I see means you have to move the door towards the south by 36". I suggest you make it a pocket door retracting towards the south wall. This leaves 36" x 60" of space on the north wall for either a shower or tub. The vanity would be on the west wall ( across from the door) spaced away from the tub or shower around 12". Make sure the vanity cabinet is shallow, no more than 21" deep. The vanity should be able to be about 48" wide. The toilet will go on the South wall with the right side of it close to the East wall. Code calls for approx. 33" of width for the toilet overall. If budget allows you could continue the vanity cabinets into the corner of the south wall however keep in mind that most of that area that will be next to the toilet and not easily accessible. But it would provide extra storage or counter space. The sink will have to be centered in the 48" part of the vanity. You could also frame out the southwest corner to capture the side of the vanity instead of a longer vanity. Hope this helps.
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Thank you Riddle Construction and Design, it was a great help
July 14, 2014 at 10:55am   
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This porcelain tile was from a manufacturer called Jasba. Its their Antelier series color Alabaster white. It was white to light grey in color, but had no cream or flecks in it.
July 8, 2014 at 1:12pm   
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Handles are from a company called Top Knobs. You can buy them online thru many different websites.
July 1, 2014 at 11:26am   
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kapj17
Thank you. Do you recall the style is it nouveau 3 m1145? Hard to tell from pics.
July 1, 2014 at 3:57pm   
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yes that is correct. Here is a link to one of the sizes-http://www.build.com/top-knobs-m1143/s596061
July 1, 2014 at 4:29pm   
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If you don't want to get into the floor issue you could simply put in a false back, paint it out and make it a bookcase. I don't care for the countertop on it tho-too bulky looking. But that could be changed out as well. Or you could remove it and fill in the wood also.
June 27, 2014 at 2:47pm     
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lefty47
HI -- leeanne15 -- I think you have made the best choice . I think it will take you a little time to get use to the open feeling but it will look a lot better . Less is more !
July 1, 2014 at 11:53am     
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leeanne15
Thanks for the advice, everyone. I removed the half wall, and had engineered hard wood put through the entire home. I love the clean look.
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I would definitely go for a pocket door instead of a swing door.
June 27, 2014 at 2:42pm     
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rocketjcat
I would go with no door at all. I don't think I would enjoy spending any time in a claustrophobic windowless dark closet. Unless that's your goal! We have no door on ours, it has no sight line from the rest of the bath, has a window, lots of shared light and doesn't feel 'exposed' at all.
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genieinabottle
Thanks everyone...appreciate your responses
June 28, 2014 at 8:56pm   
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Top Knobs
June 27, 2014 at 2:37pm   
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My customer got them at Pier 1 in December
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