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.
Have you ever imagined what can be done with your "Not-Big-Enough" dining room and "Never-Gets-Used" living room? By adding 5 new beams and additional concrete in the crawl space, we were able to relocate the load-bearing walls and create a true “Open Concept Great Room Design.”
This whole-house remodel with a second story addition in Edmonds is a must see!
This 1926 home had seen a lot of different eras and remodels over the years. Our homeowners wanted to bring some of the original charm back to the kitchen and living spaces while also adding modern conveniences. The charm part is addressed with crown molding, beautiful tile, light fixtures, a farmhouse sink and Shaker-style cabinets. Modern conveniences include removing two walls to create a larger kitchen, as well as to create connection between the kitchen and the rest of the living space. A new range hood is flush with the ceiling so that it doesn’t block sight lines in the kitchen. Finally, we converted the wood-burning fireplace to a modern gas fireplace.
Meet the Builder
Your home is often the single largest investment in your life and an expression of who you are. It shapes the way you feel and how others perceive you. With 35 years of experience in custom home remodeling, Gaspar's can help you enhance your home’s beauty, comfort, and value with exceptional quality and service.
General Manager Sarah Henry provides the behind-the-scenes support that helps Gaspar’s provide the highest-quality work and set the highest standard in design construction. Sarah’s passion is to continue Gaspar’s excellent reputation in all she does from recruiting and maintaining top notch staff to accounting and to running Gaspar’s handyman division, “Care & Repair.”
This 70s house with great bones missed the mark with a choppy layout and by obscuring a fantastic view. We opened the floor plan and the entire back wall to the water view. Between the 21-foot sliding door and a sleek combination of wood and painted cabinets, there’s no way to miss the intention. It is now a space that is both calm and vibrant, ready to accommodate a party for 40 or a quiet fireside dinner for two.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The entire three-story, 3,600+ square foot custom-built dream home will be on tour, showcasing a rooftop deck with sweeping beach and water views, two kitchens, a separate bar and entertaining area, six bathrooms, an elevator, and a separate mother-in-law living area.
The home is packed with custom features, including a built-in hidden mirror TV, intricate coffered ceiling detail, and extensive tile, stone, and carpentry work throughout. Get design inspiration from the final decorative touches combining traditional and vintage fixtures, furnishings, and finishes.
The lure of this home for the current owners was its proximity to their older parents and its dramatic location on the Puget Sound. Originally built by Robert Durham of Durham, Anderson, and Free, this complete remodel created an open floor plan with a modernist feel that includes an exposed structural steel frame and amazing windows to optimize its shoreline site. Extensive new cabinetry, steel fireplace fronts, and stunning new finishes and fixtures complete this remarkable remodel.
This elegant Mercer Island rambler features fine detailing at each turn. The original 1980s rambler was completely renovated, inside and out. All the interior walls were altered and taken down to the studs. All exterior surfaces, with the exception of the roof, were also removed and reconstructed. This project came in on budget and within the projected move-in date.
This 70s home needed updating. Starting with the kitchen, living room, dining room, and great room, we creatively removed some load-bearing walls and restructured framing. Then came very original solutions for two boring fireplaces. In the existing space we re-designed the functionality and established a more spacious layout. Custom Ribbon Sapeli contemporary cabinets, hardwood floors, fabulous countertops, and new appliances helped us reinvent this amazing kitchen. A must see!
The focus of this complete remodel was on restoring or recreating accurate historical elements of this 1900 Queen Anne Craftsman, including custom interior moldings and floor inlays.
Dropped ceilings were recaptured and a custom library was built into the den to create spaces with both volume and character. The exterior of the home was restored to match archived photos. The dilapidated garage was torn down for a new, insulated and heated two-car garage.
This Newport Shores project included new windows, siding, roof, hardscapes, and landscape, along with new interior finishes, changing painted woodwork to cherry, and many new amenities. Newly added space included a two-car garage addition to the existing garage with a bonus room added over the now four-car garage. LZL Construction Inc.’s design/build team worked with the homeowner to design and negotiate a well-budgeted and -scheduled project. The owners appreciated the process and love their newly renovated home.
The whole house remodel of this beautiful 1960s waterfront home in magnolia includes a new, modern kitchen, living room, master suite and powder room. It features millwork, doors, custom closets, floor coverings and finishes. The 15 foot fireplace, formerly bland and dated, now adds new vibrancy to the residence. Keeping the original footprint of the home, this remodel reveals new functionality and charm.