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.
But the owners are moving in now! Look for this project to show up in our portfolio next spring (after the client is settled and the landscape has been installed).
We retained the existing mantle and installed a new tile surround and hearth and gas insert.
There is a generous laundry room right off the mudroom.
The Lower floor bath has a zero threshold shower and the wall tile is flush with the adjacent wall.
The dark body color and white trim really set off the clinker style thin brick veneer on the chimney.
Demolition is under way on a substantial remodel and house lift. As usual we found a few unusual conditions, and they are already under control.
The attic is being prepared for a new dormer.
The basement will be enlarged and the columns replaced with a steel beam.
This home is now being re-occupied by the owners, and so many of the rooms are inviting and beautiful. Here are a few pictures of my favorites, of course there are others… they just aren’t quite finished yet!
Polished black tile and a crystal chandelier really make the powder room sparkle.
Stained glass made by the owner is adjacent to a forced perspective hallway.
The sloped portion of the tub suround in the master bathroom acts as a headrest.
We re-used the existing blue fixtures and accented them with some blue in the tile.
The warm tulip themed freize combined with the sunlight really make this a comfortable room.
This project was also featured in Fine Homebuilding’s Kitchens and Baths 2010 issue, but the article this month talks about the technical aspects of framing a bump out. Howard came up with the structural solution, and John Apolis did the engineering.
Associate Howard Lange Miller, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, passed the Oregon jurisprudence exam and interview for licensing reciprocity, and is now licensed to practice architecture in Oregon!
Our clients have chosen from the schemes shown in the “Home Makeover: Bungalow Edition” blog post. The California style bungalow was the preferred option. We modeled it in 3-D and generated these images. It looks great!
Howard, Steve, Ellen, Larry
This photo was take by our client when we visited the completed project. Thank you Sallie!