This Richmond Beach renovation includes a full interior and exterior makeover with a third story master suite and balcony, along with a rooftop deck and outdoor kitchen.
This house was supersized with a second story addition, adding three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
This 1915 bungalow underwent a basement remodel and addition, updates to the main floor bathroom, and an extension to the back of the house to accommodate a new bedroom.
Greenlake Urban Farmhouse
Our client’s vision was an urban farmhouse aesthetic, but it carried challenges. The master bedroom/bathroom, mud room, laundry, and second bedroom all needed to coexist for a busy family. Relocating the master suite downstairs and the kids’ room upstairs did the trick and exposed the character of this beautiful home.
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Movin' on Up: A Two-Story Addition
The original floor plan of this one-story U-District craftsman home was short on space and simply didn't fit our clients' lifestyle. The master bedroom was in the low-ceilinged basement, and the tiny dining room was disconnected from the kitchen.
A new two-story bump-out addition provided the space for an expansive kitchen and dining room combination. The new second-floor private master suite with wet-room shower and separate sitting area is a lofty retreat bathed in natural light. Best of all, the new addition maintains the home's cozy craftsman charm, incorporating original cedar siding and trim details.
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Sammamish Family Home
To meet the needs of a growing family, Uniplex remodeled the second floor of this three-story Sammamish home. They created two bedrooms, a three-quarter kids bath, a remodeled mother-in-law bath, noise isolation, and a private media/playroom that preserved an existing bunk room, all blended seamlessly with the home’s original motif.
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Practical elegance best describes the extensive remodel of this Edmonds home overlooking Puget Sound and the Olympic mountains.
Expanded bedrooms, an enlarged kitchen, and a revamped front room opened up both the view and appeal of this almost-brand-new Tudor home.
With two growing kids, this Seattle family was rapidly outgrowing their home. Previous clients, they came back to CRD to design a second-story addition and a whole-house remodel.
This 1917 Woodland Park Classic received the royal treatment, enlarging the kitchen, adding a new back deck, and transforming the master bathroom and bedroom.
Remodeling an old home often resembles a good mystery plot and this early 1900s home was no exception. We reworked the guts of this Capitol Hill home for modern, multi-functional sensibilities, with strange discoveries addling us at every turn.
This whole-house remodel with a second story addition in Edmonds is a must see!
This remodel of a 1923 Home features a new kitchen and bathroom on the main floor, along with an all-new basement buildout, including new bath and laundry rooms, in addition to a bedroom. The kitchen has been reconfigured with a modernized layout that includes an expanded entrance between the kitchen and dining areas. The main-floor bath contains a large walk-in shower made more relaxing through thoughtful placement of the rain showerhead and controls. Outside the shower, a custom-built vanity table awaits, made out of reclaimed wood from a dock. Entering the basement, you will find a media area and exercise space.
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Kurt Harjo knows that building and remodeling processes are full of challenges and can be stressful for clients. He also believes much of that stress can be minimized and possibly eliminated if more emphasis and value are placed on clear and consistent client communications. The smallest of projects has a lot of moving parts, so even with the best pre-construction planning in the universe, “stuff” happens. How that stuff gets handled is where Harjo Construction Services proves their integrity in craftsmanship and communication, with consistent, honest feedback and engagement on every client project.
Located in Wallingford, this 1920s craftsman bungalow was last left with an uninspired 90s remodel. The project goal was to increase the overall square footage while modernizing the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems. Additional goals were to improve the main floor layout and function to meet today's modern lifestyle, while still maintaining the original bungalow charm and quaintness of the home through specific and attentive architectural details. To accomplish the goals at hand and with extensive input from our clients, we collaborated to design a 500+ square-foot second-floor master suite addition, as well as a complete redesign of the main level floor plan.
From the street, the home feels unassuming and fits the tradition of the neighborhood. But once inside, the amount of space, light, and function quickly becomes tangible. The project required demolition to bare studs and partial second story removal. Through thoughtful and intentional design, we began crafting a space that works in concert with our clients' desires. The second floor includes three bedrooms and two baths, vaulted ceilings, skylights, and large windows to provide open space and ample daylight as requested through client input. Other finishes include hardwoods throughout, heated tile floors, and custom shower glass. On the main level, you find a spacious family room, dining room, informal TV area, and a chef-inspired gourmet kitchen. The hardwoods continue throughout, with an open-rail staircase, douglas fir double hung windows, wainscoting trim paneling, and crown molding. As part of the design, we were also respectful of original architectural elements in order to pay homage to the 1920s home. To complement these items, we repurposed the home's salvaged lumber to create a few custom pieces of furniture and built-ins. These include the floating shelves in the kitchen, custom open vanity and mirror in the powder room, as well the Stickley-inspired dining room table. This home provides the craftsman-inspired details that have been long celebrated throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Staging provided by Staged by Design.
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Founded in 2010, 36th avenue design|build is committed to total client satisfaction. Owners Joshua McCaffrey and Jeff Pullar believe that strong and lasting relationships built on integrity and trust, earned through the remodel, are as important as the renovation of your home. We consider every project an opportunity to participate with our clients in a unique and artful design and construction process. To each of our clients, our commitment remains consistent: concise communication, integrity, and pride in workmanship of incomparable quality. Grounded in quality, 36th avenue design|build thrives on variety and working with homeowners to create relaxing and inviting atmospheres from traditional to modern. For the discriminating homeowner who expects incomparable quality and unparalleled service, trust in 36th avenue design|build.
A 1941 Ballard classic with tons of potential has been fully renovated for a loyal Seattleite. The whole home was remodeled from the inside out.
The refresh begins on the main floor; an expanded kitchen and revised master bathroom and bedrooms exist with the original architectural details intact, creating visual balance. A widened stairway leads downstairs to a newly reconstructed basement.
Comprehensive enhancements include earthquake retrofitting. The modernized exterior wows with new siding and windows, a revamped entry with a bay window, and covered stairway. A brand new deck serves as an observation and entertainment area overlooking the yard. The new driveway, garage door, and walkways complete the look.
This remodel was inspired by and created for a wonderful homeowner who will enjoy this space and the neighborhood for years to come.
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JOSEPH IRONS, CGR GMB CAPS CGP
Joseph is the president and general manager of Irons Brothers Construction, based in Shoreline, Washington. His hands-on experience and commitment to the homebuilding industry have helped him build his business into a multi-award-winning design/build remodeling company.
A three-time state and local Remodeler of the Year, Joseph currently serves as president of the Master Builders Association. He continues to be an instrumental part of Rampathon, a signature MBA event where members build, and gift, free wheelchair ramps to our neighbors in need.
The best part of going to work every day for Joseph? Making clients' remodeling dreams come true.
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Whether you are envisioning your dream home or remodeling an existing one to better suit your needs, City Builders has the experience and expertise to build it right and turn your vision into reality. City Builders Inc. is a full-service residential Design/Build custom home and remodeling contractor serving the Seattle metropolitan area since 1988. City Builders was one of the first members when in 2002 the Master Builders Association launched Built Green in the Northwest and we started building Built Green homes and incorporating Built Green practices in home remodeling projects since then. We are committed to helping our clients make their projects as green as they want it to be.
The third and largest phase in the continued remodeling of this 1920s Queen Anne Tudor Revival focused on adding modern kitchen and bathroom amenities with classic details and craftsmanship. A central staircase shows off a one-of-a-kind design and custom moldings.
The new addition made room for a master suite and larger kitchen. A guest bathroom and powder room were relocated and revitalized. Every detail was considered in this meticulous remodel.
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.
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.
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.