This weekend we were pleased as Christmas punch to see one of our projects featured in Pacific NW Magazine. This 1924 Tudor-style home has been selected as part of the Magnolia Holiday Home Tour. We renovated the house to adapt it to a contemporary lifestyle while preserving original details and taking full advantage of the sweeping views of Elliott Bay.
We were happy to partner with the interior design firm of Jennifer Randall & Associates throughout the house, including the kitchen, library, and the dramatic Art Deco-inspired powder room.
Read the whole article and see a slideshow of the house here.
Learn more about the Magnolia Holiday Home Tour and purchase tickets to the December 3rd event here.
Track the progress of the project on our blog, from initial demolition in July of 2013 to finishing touches in November 2014.
The Carleton Park Remodel gets underway
Carleton Park project progressing, framing has begun
What will the neighbors think?
Has anything changed?
Framing is nearly complete
The exterior is starting to look like a house again
Floors are being finished
Final stages for the Carleton Park Remodel
Carleton Park remodel is nearing completion!
Owners to move in – ready or not here we come!
So many wonderful rooms
The Magnolia Addition and Remodel is finished!
With numerous photos of the finished project here.
Look for Howard Miller’s byline in the Fall/Winter 2016 issue of Fine Homebuilding “Kitchens and Baths, Remodels with Style” (page 38).
One of our projects, featured in Fine Homebuilding Magazine.
We’re happy to report that a remodeling project we completed last year has been selected for inclusion in Fine Homebuilding‘s annual Kitchens & Baths issue! The owners of this Laurelhurst home wanted an open kitchen that was better integrated with the dining and living areas, and enjoyed the stunning westward views of the Olympic Mountains. We created a functional and family-friendly kitchen, with details like a custom light fixture, elegant penny tile, and sliding doors that conceal storage and office space.
The issue with the full story of the remodel will appear in the next few weeks. Until then, you can read about the home’s progress here: How to live through a kitchen remodel
See images of the finished space here: Laurelhurst Remodel
This may be a Johnson Partnership first. We’re used to having our projects featured in magazine articles and books, but we recently noticed a project of ours being used in a local television commercial. You can see the project on our website here.
Fine Homebuilding ran this article on the 55th Street kitchen before, and now they have included it in their 2013 Kitchen Planning Guide. Click the image to link to our online portfolio on this project. Fine Homebuilding also published a piece on the structural issues involved in this project. See our blog post about it here: http://www.tjp.us/blog/?p=821
Old House Journal has revamped their magazine format and the October edition features useful “how to” guides. Check out the section entitled “The Art of Adding On,” and you’ll find one of our projects featured. Here’s an excerpt.
This project turned out beautifully, and Brian Colman wrote a great article about it, complemented with some stunning photography by William Wright. To read more and see additional images of the project, check it out in our portfolio.
Larry and Lani sent photos to the Washington Trust of the Cedar Creek Grist Mill near Woodland, WA. Lani recommends it as a great place to visit! If you’re in the area during blooming season, also check out the Hilda Klager Lilac Garden in Woodland.
Brian Colman wrote “Northwest Flavor in Seattle,” about where to find Arts& Craft in our city. Larry contributed information to Brian for the article, and Brian mentioned us as one of the contemporary resources available in the city. Thanks Brian! Larry really can tell you as much as you want to know about Arts & Crafts in Seattle, as well as design you an authentic contemporary Arts & Crafts home.
Our recent Kitchen Remodel project was just published in last Sunday’s Pacific Northwest Magazine. For more information and images, we feature it as the Maple Creek Kitchen on our website. Check out the Times article here:
View of the Kitchen