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February 19, 2019 11:22 am

The Union City Addition is finished!

With so many works-in-progress it’s always a pleasure to announce a completed project! This addition to a split-level home in North Seattle allows the owner to have a bedroom suite on the main floor, a change that will make it easier for them to age at home. For now, the bedroom will function as a study and library until it is needed. The bathroom is fully accessible and includes laundry facilities. We anticipate professional photos this spring.

We salvaged and then incorporated the salvaged brick to tie the addition to the addition.

We salvaged the existing brick and then incorporated it to tie the addition to the existing home.

The vanity under the sink was built to be removed should wheelchair access be required in the future.

The vanity under the sink was built to be removed should wheelchair access be required in the future. The higher portion of the vanity contains a washer and dryer.

The shower is fully accessible and stylish.

The new shower is not only stylish but also fully accessible.

July 2, 2018 10:07 am

Laurelhurst Bathroom Remodel is Complete!

Here are a few scouting pictures taken as we identified any last items to be addressed prior to completion (note the pieces of blue tape in the photographs). We will have professional photographs taken this summer.

The new window and half-timbering at the master bath.

The new window and half-timbering at the master bath.

The kids bathroom with a contemporary update has clean modern lines.

The kids’ bathroom was given a contemporary update with clean, modern lines and fun lighting fixtures.

The master bedroom received a built-in dresser and window seat.

The master bedroom now has a built-in dresser and window seat, which enjoys views of the Olympic Mountains to the west.

The master bath a an alcove vanity with two sinks and lots of drawer space.

The master bath includes an alcove vanity with two sinks and lots of drawer space.

The master shower has a rain head wall head and hand shower.

The master shower has a wall-mounted rainfall shower head and handheld shower head.

We re-built the deck roof in an earlier phase.

We rebuilt the deck roof in an earlier phase of this remodel. With a couple of outdoor heaters this expands the living space year-round.

The skylight roof provides lovely light and atmosphere.

The skylight roof provides lovely light and atmosphere for the whole deck area.

June 1, 2018 1:31 pm

Laurelhurst Bathroom Project Nears Completion

Today we’re checking in on the bathroom remodel at the Tudor house in Laurelhurst. Both bathrooms are getting updates: new shower, tub, and vanity in the master bath, and new fixtures in the kids’ bath. The project is coming together nicely, and the contractor will be working over the weekend to have the job completed in less than two weeks!

The kids bathroom received a narrower vanity and wall mounted faucets to open up a little more floor space.

In order to open up a little more floor space, the kids’ bathroom received a narrower vanity and wall-mounted faucets. 

Hidden under all the tools and boxes is a beautiful soaking tub.

Hidden under all the tools and boxes is a beautiful soaking tub. At the near end of the tub you can see the shower bench set in the tub deck.

The new window arrangement and half timbering on the south wall.

Here we see the new window arrangement and half timbering on the southern wall. The structure on the far right is not a treehouse (much to the kids’ dismay), but a set of temporary stairs that allows the builders unobtrusive access to the remodeled areas. 

April 12, 2018 10:15 am

Laurelhurst Master Bath construction progresses

We took a recent site visit to the Laurelhurst remodel. As the master bathroom remodel construction proceeds, the other upstairs bathroom is also being upgraded and most of the old single-pane wooden windows (which either had rot or were no longer functional) are being replaced with aluminum-clad, double-paned windows.

Framing is complete and plumbing, mechanical and electrical are 'roughed-in'.

Framing is complete and plumbing, mechanical and electrical systems have been “roughed in.”

The window locations are framed and ready for windows.

The window locations are framed and ready for windows.

March 23, 2018 10:28 am

Laurelhurst Master Bath is Progressing

Today we’re checking in on one of our remodeling projects: for a Tudor-style house in Laurelhurst. Two years ago we renovated the kitchen and dining room for this family, and now we’re creating a new master bath and updating the kids’ bathroom. The master bath will have a new layout, an additional window and vanity, and a separate shower and tub. The kids’ bathroom will retain the original cast iron tub and get a new sink, toilet, and updated finishings.

In what will be the master bath, the initial plumbing and electrical systems are nearly complete. Next up are the windows, insulation, and drywall.

A new window will be installed in this corner for the soaking tub to enjoy the view.

The new window will be placed so that one can enjoy the view while soaking in the bathtub.

The space we are remodeling was an addition in the 1970s. Once we opened the walls we could see the original half timbered siding.

The space we are remodeling was an addition from the 1970s. Once we opened the walls we could see the original half-timbered siding.

A temporary exterior stair was constructed to keep construction traffic out of the home throughout the project.

A temporary exterior stair was constructed to keep construction traffic out of the home throughout the project.

 

You can read more about the family’s kitchen renovation here.

November 29, 2017 3:07 pm

The Emerald Park Addition is complete

Work is done on the Emerald Park house! This remodel and addition enlarged the kitchen and added a master suite. A new deck provides easy access to the yard and small covered area. We are already looking forward to getting professional photographs next spring.

The front porch has received new concrete, guard rail and columns. Notice the custom dangling dot on all faces of the columns.

The front porch has received new concrete, guard rail and columns. Notice the custom dangling dot motif on all faces of the columns.

The kitchen has a generous island and efficient traffic flow. The materials and colors were selected with interior Designer Jennifer Randall & Associates.

The kitchen has a generous island and efficient traffic flow. The materials and colors were selected with interior Designer Jennifer Randall & Associates.

The kitchen has a flexible lighting arrangement allowing lighting only the area desired; here the kitchen sink and adjacent counters.

The kitchen has a flexible lighting arrangement that allows users to light certain areas at a time. Here we see the kitchen sink and adjacent counters lit up.

The skylight well is flared to allow the light to spread more evenly. Notice the radiant heat panels and the custom pot rack.

The flared skylight well allows the natural light to spread more evenly throughout the kitchen. Notice the radiant heat panels and the custom pot rack.

The master bath mirror has flattering side lighting and an extra deep medicine cabinet.

The master bath mirror has flattering side lighting and an extra-deep medicine cabinet.

The master shower and tub are in a 'wet room' that is also a stem bath.

The master shower and tub are in a ‘wet room’ that is also a steam bath.

From the yard to the south you can see the solar array on the roof as well as the bay window seat in the master bedroom.

From the yard to the south of the house you can see the solar array on the roof and the bay window seat in the master bedroom.

The covered area of the deck has a built-in bench. Notice that the panel and dot motif in the bench back is inverted on the deck guardrail.

The covered area of the deck has a built-in bench. Notice that the panel-and-dot motif in the bench back is echoed in an inverted form on the deck guardrail.

June 29, 2016 5:03 pm

Just a few last bits to be finished

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.

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.

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 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.

The dark body color and white trim really set off the clinker style thin brick veneer on the chimney.

September 16, 2014 9:30 am

So many wonderful rooms

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

Polished black tile and a crystal chandelier really make the powder room sparkle.

Stained glass made by the ownerand is adjacent to a forced perspective hallway

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

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

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

The warm tulip themed freize combined with the sunlight really make this a comfortable room.

August 12, 2014 2:53 pm

Carleton Park remodel is nearing completion!

This is the point in a project where it goes from looking a mess to amazing in the course of a couple weeks. As a project nears completion, all the things that ‘finish’ a project are being installed.

This hall  looks longer than it really is.

This hall looks longer than it really is.

The kitchen island marble has been installed and the range arrives tomorrow, cabinet faces the next day.

The kitchen island marble has been installed and the range arrives tomorrow, cabinet faces the next day.

The wall paper in the master bath features birds and pomegranates.

The wall paper in the master bath features birds and pomegranates.

Only the mirror, lights and wall paper remain to be installed.

Only the mirror, lights and wall paper remain to be installed.

The sitting room wall paper frieze is almost complete. All that remains is for the small corbels below each tulip to be installed.

The sitting room wall paper frieze is almost complete. All that remains is for the small corbels below each repeating pattern to be installed.

June 4, 2014 2:28 pm

Maple Creek Baths are almost complete

We are wrapping up the Maple Creek bathroom remodel.  It consisted of new finishes in two almost identical bathrooms, including curbless showers, custom floating vanity tops,  wall hung toilets, and thin-slab porcelain shower walls. The cabinets were custom made and contain a hatch to the laundry chute. As usual, Tim House and his team from Houseworks Construction did a fantastic job.

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