City Builders Inc.

A partial second story with two bedrooms and a bathroom were added to this 1943 home. Structural modifications were made to the entry and living room layout.

It features beautiful custom-built black walnut cabinets, new stair railings, and a gas fireplace surrounded with grey bark tile, completely changing the look and function of the home. Cubbies for every member of the family are a new laundry room feature.

Wrapped front porch posts and exposed tongue-and-groove cedar soffits provide attractive finishing touches to the exterior.

CRD Design Build

Two new, updated bathrooms grace this charming 1911 Phinney Ridge home, adding better functionality and more personal style. Period tile with beautiful cobalt blue accents make these bathrooms new favorite rooms. The second floor bath features a curbless shower and fold-down shower bench, adding versatility for different bathroom users. The unique pot-filler faucet makes the tub fun to use and relax in.

Sockeye Homes: Site 1

This Tuscan waterfront villa transports you to the old world with its stone and stucco exterior, 17-foot cathedral ceilings, indoor brick pizza oven, exquisite terra cotta and hardwood floors, wood burning fireplace, distressed and reclaimed wood accents, handmade painted custom tile, wine barrel sink vanity, outdoor shower, and Juliet balconies. The home features breathtaking water views from the 16-foot Nanawall glass door that opens to a trellised outdoor deck. The entire custom home is open for touring and includes two kitchens, four bathrooms, and numerous multi-purpose living spaces.

Sockeye Homes: Site 2

This open concept kitchen/living room design was made possible by removing a load bearing wall and installing structural beams. An entertainment dream, features include an automated TV elevator, the latest in entertainment/sound systems, a wine storage and dispenser, and an automated ceiling island hood.

Unique modern accents complete this breathtaking kitchen and great room remodel. Don’t miss the special touches including a glass bead and ribbon flame fireplace, unique kitchen cabinet storage ideas, a floor-to-ceiling ledge-stone fireplace surround, a custom cable railing and stunning metallic/glass tile work.

Chermak Construction Inc.

This project gave the homeowners what many are looking for in a home remodel; the master suite, kitchen, and guest and family baths have all been updated with fresh, new designs completely tailored to the family’s needs and lifestyle. As a bonus, a music room was added. Sea glass colors splash throughout the Craftsman-styled home. New appliances, hardwood flooring, windows, and skylights provide a “new home” experience without the move.

Irons Brothers Construction Inc.: Shoreline

This 1949 home was transformed to meet the changing needs of the homeowner, a retired war veteran.

Using universal design principles, the remodel includes a master bathroom, kitchen, living room with new fireplace, updated flooring, doors, trim, and a wider staircase and doorways. All floor transitions were removed. The walk-in shower includes a bench. Easier access and use was created in the updated kitchen.

By removing obstacles, greater ease and overall safety was achieved. Thanks to these changes, the owner now has greater independence in his home.

Irons Brothers Construction Inc.: Seattle

This charming Ballard home is more functional, brighter, and more stylish since its bathroom and kitchen remodel.

Mixing old with new, the master bathroom features black and white tiles with a curbless shower and glass blocks. The space was enlarged by removing a linen closet and the bathtub to allow for a large walk-in shower with polished chrome plumbing fixtures and grab bars.

Keeping the same footprint, the kitchen was remodeled on a limited budget. Cabinets were rebuilt to integrate the Zephyr range hood and new Silgranit sink. The kitchen remodel includes a new countertop, backsplash, and freshly painted cabinets.

Nip Tuck Remodeling LLC

From the onset, the clients envisioned a classic, elegant master bath that would enhance their daily experience, as well as tastefully update their Sammamish home.

Though the basic footprint of the bathroom stayed the same, the bathroom was updated from head to toe and the master closet was reconfigured. Finishes, including semi-custom painted cabinets, quartz countertops, heated floors, and a custom tile shower, completed the transformation. The simple elegance of a white beveled subway tile and custom chair rail tie it all together.

Powell Custom Homes & Renovations

This home featured a dark, narrow galley kitchen cut off from expansive windows and water views in the adjacent living areas. The goal was an updated and more open feel. By widening the kitchen and partially removing a wall to create a peninsula, the desired effect of opening the room up was achieved. Custom cherry Shaker cabinets with quartz countertops add a modern touch to the lines of this mid-century home. Cable lighting streamlines the room for a brighter, cleaner look.

McAdams Remodeling & Design

This well-located 70s rambler had a huge stone fireplace that dominated the space, dividing the kitchen, living, and family rooms. By removing the fireplace and vaulting the ceiling, an open, inviting, and spacious great room was born. The enlarged kitchen features new skylights, beautiful granite countertops, and cherry cabinets, along with a raised eating bar. A relocated gas fireplace and entertainment center now compliments the main seating area. Swedish-finished hardwood floors throughout complete the transformation.

Carlisle Classic Homes

The complete renovation of this classic 1906 Capitol Hill home includes a newly updated kitchen with custom cabinetry, a large walnut butcher block island, and professional appliances.

Two smaller bedrooms and a bathroom on the second floor were combined into a spacious master suite with a walk-in closet and an expansive master bath that features custom tile work, custom cabinetry, and heated floors. New and refinished hardwood flooring, both fir and oak, are found throughout the home.

J.A. Ratto


The all new, designer interior in this home invites opportunities to relax with the kids and watch a movie or set the lighting and music from anywhere when entertaining friends and clients. The impressive volume of technology was literally built right into nearly every room of the house. The result is bold and powerful, yet timeless and classic at the same time.

Gaspar's Construction: Site 1

Every room in this 1930 brick home was updated. Major remodeling took place in the kitchen, three bathrooms, the master bedroom, and the basement. A very small awkward kitchen became functional and fun and the master bath has a unique tub and shower room. The bedroom was opened up and the basement’s old low-hanging furnace vents were removed, allowing for the creation of a media room.

Gaspar's Construction: Site 2

This 1908 home had a dated 1980s bathroom that was no longer holding up to cleaning. The room was gutted and redone adding modern conveniences including heated floors and a steam shower. The goal was a fresh, clean, modern look that still fit with the era of the home. It is the only bathroom on the second floor and shared by the entire family so a private toilet room was created and the single vanity was replaced by a double vanity.