This beautiful waterfront condo in downtown Seattle features a kitchen, powder room, and master suite renovation.
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.
West Seattle Reconfiguration
This charming home features a kitchen and bathroom remodel. Extensive work was done to expand the kitchen and bathroom by removing walls, bumping out the back of the home, and reconfiguring the hallway and closet to allow for a larger and better laid-out kitchen and bathroom for this growing family.
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Timeless Issaquah Kitchen Remodel
The original kitchen of this 13-year-old home was 50 shades of stained wood. While the layout was open, it was dark and dreary. The homeowner wanted a bright kitchen with enough light for Northwest winters. We created a timeless, formal kitchen by changing the layout while maintaining the home’s footprint.
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Cottage Lake Expansion
This rambler needed a major update, so we added skylights and significantly enlarged the kitchen to be a true entertaining space. Relocated windows and a vaulted kitchen ceiling now match the rest of the living room. The loft stairs were relocated to the entry to complete the home’s open feel.
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Bellevue Kitchen Expansion
This “Steam Punk” inspired kitchen expansion features hickory floors, vaulted ceilings, and exposed beams. Oil-rubbed bronze fixtures accent two-tone quartz countertops with custom cabinetry painted in place for a built-in furniture look. See our dramatic before-and-after detailing of the process with photos, schedules, and logistical planning of the owner-occupied space.
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Practical elegance best describes the extensive remodel of this Edmonds home overlooking Puget Sound and the Olympic mountains.
This mid-century Edmonds home was a perfect candidate for a kitchen renovation featuring a bright, open floor plan and a fresh take on traditional finishes.
A kitchen is the heart of the home and this kitchen beats strong. The mix of finishes in this remodeled kitchen showcase the personality of the homeowners in this Edmonds home.
This 90-year-old classic craftsman in Seattle endured three iterations of kitchens before RCH partnered with the current, long-time owners on a design that conveys and matches older eras.
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 project included removing a wall that separated the kitchen and living spaces, reworking the kitchen layout to add an island and improved functionality, and updating finishes with sensible and sustainable solutions
The remodel of this midcentury home included the removal of walls to create a living space between kitchen and dining areas, along with the placement of an extra-large kitchen island to create a central focal point.
In this kitchen remodel, our focus is in opening up and updating the current space. We’ll begin by removing the existing chimney, which sits in the middle of the home. This will significantly contribute to the spaciousness the homeowners hope to feel in their new kitchen. A combination of stained and painted cabinets with a marble backsplash will enhance the dynamic, yet inviting design in the room. The installation of Astoria Granite with a waterfall edge modernizes the room’s look and floating shelves with puck lights add warmth in eye-catching fashion. Finally, the portable island allows for larger groups to gather, as it can be transported with ease.
After the remodel, this kitchen becomes rich in spaciousness, design, and convenience for the homeowners and their guests.
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Here at Renewal Remodels & Additions, your satisfaction is our guarantee! Based out of Puyallup, WA, we are here to assist you in creating the home of your dreams, all while giving you a positive experience in the process. From our very first remodel job, we have taken pride in delivering superior customer service and quality workmanship. Building trustworthy relationships with our customers is extremely important at Renewal. We will provide you with an honest and accurate price quote and a clear, detailed contract outlining the work to be done. We are excited to work with you and prove that we are the best in the business!
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.
The dramatic Baracatta granite on the island is the centerpiece of this Bridle Trails remodel. Custom cherry cabinetry, honed countertops, and professional appliances complement the unique design and brilliant installation of the glass backsplashes, heated porcelain tiled floor, functional and spectacular lighting, leather and recycled wood furniture. These mixed materials combine to transform this 1984 space into a spectacular twenty-first century chef’s kitchen.
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J.A. Ratto offers remodeling services in Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, Mercer Island, and the entire eastside of the greater Seattle area. For Joe Ratto, the art of remodeling means envisioning together, creating together, and working together. J.A. Ratto charges no fees for an introductory meeting, the goal of which is to learn about you, your home, and your ideas. This is where you begin to tell your story. You lay out your ideas about the spaces that you're interested in changing and J.A. Ratto begins to formulate a plan for getting your job designed and completed.
This English Hill kitchen was built in 1983 and had seen a lot of family dinners. It was pretty basic to begin with and working space was tight. An existing closet was converted into a large built-in pantry. A beam was installed with steel posts to fit between and be concealed by the new cabinetry in order to eliminate a framed wall and gain more working space in the kitchen. Removal of drywall soffits and enlarging the kitchen window also added to a feeling of spaciousness. Clear-grade hickory cabinetry and beams, a farmhouse sink, and quartzite countertops made the kitchen into a really pleasant place to be.
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The Burgess family has been immersed in craftsmanship and building since Gentry's childhood. His grandfather was a millwright, a trim carpenter, and was in the Corps of Engineers in WWII. He would describe in detail and show his grandchildren how they made spiral chutes out of wood for flour mills in Kansas or how they hung and installed eight doors a day for new houses in Denver. The foreman would run a nickel around the door to check the gap. If it was wrong, you did it over. It was all done precisely, one at a time, with hand tools. He taught his grandkids to appreciate a job well done. Gentry started his career in carpentry and building at age 10 with 4-H classes, built his first house at age 17, and has been a builder and remodeler ever since, from 1983-1988 in Twin Falls, Idaho, and from 1988 to present in Kirkland, Washington.
This 1953 kitchen was transformed into an open concept and modernized to meet the growing needs of a young couple with a baby on the way. By removing the dividing wall, the small kitchen was transformed into an inviting, integrated space.
Features include new cabinetry, appliances, quartz countertops, tile backsplash, new flooring, and updated lighting. A new pantry closet with a barn door and open corner shelving add to the modern styling.
This 1951 midcentury contemporary kitchen was updated by opening up the walls, relocating a doorway, and reducing south-facing window heights to regain territorial mountain views. The new design created an unobstructed and stylish open concept kitchen for cooking, entertaining, and family gatherings. Features include: new cabinetry integrating two different lines, appliances, quartz countertops, tile backsplash, flooring, and updated lighting.
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.