Built in 1917 in a neighborhood originally housing the fishermen and dock workers of Ballard, this 1200 square foot house was remodeled for a professional couple. This whole house remodel included gutting the upper attic area, and bumping out a section to house a new master bath and create a walk-in closet, reconfiguring the awkward back stair to the basement to obtain more room and a shower for the 1st floor bath, a gut and remodel of the kitchen including custom cabinetry to echo the salvaged community refrigerator doors used on the pantry, etc. etc...
Kitchen Cabinetry by Mike Miller Construction 206.999.9035
The hall way was small and nondescript, in order to make it stand out as a space we used an oversized floral pattern in a light warm grey and white. Because the door to the bathroom was visible from the front entrance of the house, we disguised it by papering the surface and using glass globe knobs.