A Fresh Take on Tudor - Kitchen
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Built in 1930, this classic Tudor home looks fresh and clean after its recent renovation. The kitchen includes custom cabinetry, a beamed ceiling, a coffee station, built-in cookbook storage and a message center. Large windows and an eating area add to the light, welcoming feeling of the space. Photos by Brit Amundson.
“arch” — Joanna Gilbert
A Fresh Take on Tudor - Kitchen
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Built in 1930, this classic Tudor home looks fresh and clean after its recent renovation. The kitchen includes custom cabinetry, a beamed ceiling, a coffee station, built-in cookbook storage and a message center. Large windows and an eating area add to the light, welcoming feeling of the space. Photos by Brit Amundson.
“Modern kitchen w/ tudor look” — sbrescio
A Fresh Take on Tudor - Kitchen
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Built in 1930, this classic Tudor home looks fresh and clean after its recent renovation. The kitchen includes custom cabinetry, a beamed ceiling, a coffee station, built-in cookbook storage and a message center. Large windows and an eating area add to the light, welcoming feeling of the space. Photos by Brit Amundson.
“Wood windows” — Kristi Brakken
A Fresh Take on Tudor - Kitchen
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Built in 1930, this classic Tudor home looks fresh and clean after its recent renovation. The kitchen includes custom cabinetry, a beamed ceiling, a coffee station, built-in cookbook storage and a message center. Large windows and an eating area add to the light, welcoming feeling of the space. Photos by Brit Amundson.
“Classic look” — sbrescio
A Fresh Take on Tudor - Master Bath
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Built in 1930, this classic Tudor home looks fresh and clean after its recent renovation. The exterior wall of the master bathroom was moved out 16", making it a more comfortable size. Letoon wainscoting and a carrera marble basket weave pattern on the floor give this bath a rich aesthetic. Photos by Brit Amundson.
“tile color” — leahravitz
A Fresh Take on Tudor - Master Bath
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Built in 1930, this classic Tudor home looks fresh and clean after its recent renovation. The exterior wall of the master bathroom was moved out 16", making it a more comfortable size. Letoon wainscoting and a carrera marble basket weave pattern on the floor give this bath a rich aesthetic. Photos by Brit Amundson.
“3rd” — stielowjm
A Fresh Take on Tudor - Guest Bathroom
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Built in 1930, this classic Tudor home looks fresh and clean after its recent renovation. The guest bathroom includes a custom vanity with a carrera marble top, subway tile, and a heated floor. Photos by Brit Amundson.
“The 2 slim borders” — unionbrick
A Fresh Take on Tudor - Guest Bathroom
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Built in 1930, this classic Tudor home looks fresh and clean after its recent renovation. The guest bathroom includes a custom vanity with a carrera marble top, subway tile, and a heated floor. Photos by Brit Amundson.
“Framed mirror” — bleip
A Fresh Take on Tudor - Guest Bathroom
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Built in 1930, this classic Tudor home looks fresh and clean after its recent renovation. The guest bathroom includes a custom vanity with a carrera marble top, subway tile, and a heated floor. Photos by Brit Amundson.
“Bath” — Heather Mellem
A Fresh Take on Tudor - Exterior
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Built in 1930, this classic Tudor home looks fresh and clean after its recent renovation. This addition replaces an earlier sunroom addition that was structurally unsound. It gives the owner a new two-car garage, an expanded kitchen, and a new deck. Photos by Brit Amundson.
“House colour” — zinco15
A Fresh Take on Tudor
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Prior to the remodel, the attic space was used as storage. Old carpet was torn up, revealing hardwood floors, new millwork was installed, and walls and ceilings were repaired and refreshed. Now it is a beautiful and welcoming guest bedroom.
“Bed” — ahelbling
A Fresh Take on Tudor
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Prior to being remodeled, this basement was used as storage. TreHus refinished the hardwood floors and added built-in alder cabinets, a new entertainment area, improved lighting and in-ceiling speakers.
A Fresh Take on Tudor
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During the first phase of the project (kitchen, addition, master suite, etc.), there was some talk about how to do the ceiling beams - painted white, or dark to match the woodwork? They ended up being painted white. During phase II, (basement & attic remodels), the owners decided to have us paint them dark to match the wood. Which do you like better?
“Kitchen” — daculver
A Fresh Take on Tudor
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This space was used as an office before the remodel, but it felt a little cramped. TreHus removed the walls on two sides of the room, opening it to the stairway and hall. The room bigger because it gained the space occupied by the walls, but more importantly, it feels bigger and more open. A long, dark-stained alder desk and bookshelves provide work room for two.
A Fresh Take on Tudor
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This little wine nook used to be a storage closet. Opening up the entryway connected it to the rest of the newly remodeled basement, then it was just a matter of adding lighting, tile, millwork and shelves for wine storage. It has a 140 bottle capacity, plus a shelf for tasting and storage for books, beer or extra cases of wine.
“Wine Room!” — daculver
A Fresh Take on Tudor
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We tacked this tiny, cantilevered addition on to the second level of this home to add a little extra room to the master bath.
“helpful, possible idea for us??” — nicolejweaver
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