Bungalow Expansion
Bungalow Expansion
Red House ArchitectsRed House Architects
The front porch of the existing house remained. It made a good proportional guide for expanding the 2nd floor. The master bathroom bumps out to the side. And, hand sawn wood brackets hold up the traditional flying-rafter eaves. Max Sall Photography
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Courtyard Potager in Brentwood
Courtyard Potager in Brentwood
Tennessee Kitchen GardensTennessee Kitchen Gardens
We build this edible courtyard garden for clients in Brentwood. The beds and fence are made of mill-cut local cedar. We also installed the flagstone pathway and firepit in the background.
Shagbark Residence
Shagbark Residence
Highland Builders LLCHighland Builders LLC
The large angled garage, double entry door, bay window and arches are the welcoming visuals to this exposed ranch. Exterior thin veneer stone, the James Hardie Timberbark siding and the Weather Wood shingles accented by the medium bronze metal roof and white trim windows are an eye appealing color combination. Impressive double transom entry door with overhead timbers and side by side double pillars. (Ryan Hainey)
Dolores Street
Dolores Street
LaCantina DoorsLaCantina Doors
Philip Rossington Rossington Architecture Photography by Open Home Photography Contemporary Clad Zero Post Folding System
Colorado's Garage Organization Professionals
Colorado's Garage Organization Professionals
Organization & RelocationOrganization & Relocation
Located in Colorado. We will travel. Storage solution provided by the Closet Factory. Budget varies.
Sellwood Library House
Sellwood Library House
The WorksThe Works
This turn-of-the-century original Sellwood Library was transformed into an amazing Portland home for it's New York transplants. Custom woodworking and cabinetry transformed this room into a warm and functional workspace. Leaded glass windows and dark stained wood floors add to the eclectic mix of original craftsmanship and modern influences. Lincoln Barbour
University Village Kitchen
University Village Kitchen
Kimberlee Marie InteriorsKimberlee Marie Interiors
The owners of this cheery and bright kitchen and dining room are a young family with a busy and active life. They approached KMI because they needed an updated kitchen that functionally served their needs better and allowed for more connection to the dining room for entertaining. Where the peninsula stands currently, there once stood a wall completely segmenting the two spaces. We worked with a structural engineer to help our clients eliminate that wall so we could create the open floor plan they were dreaming of. We also helped our clients think creatively about maximizing storage in their small but mighty kitchen. In smaller spaces, good organization is all the more important. We added a pantry cabinet, utilized dead space by the fridge for open shelves, and added storage drawers to the built-in bench seat in the breakfast nook – not for storing serveware, but for their two boys' Lego collection that once lived on the table. When it came to the finishes and the design, we knew this kitchen needed to fit into the historic craftsman home. We chose colors and fixtures that honored the age and style of the home while allowing the kitchen to also fit the aesthetic of a modern family. Wood accents, brass hardware, and the pop of deep blue in the peninsula were chosen to add warmth and character to the space, while the creamy off-white cabinets add an air of lightness and brightness to the kitchen, ultimately creating an effortlessly balanced design. --- Project designed by interior design studio Kimberlee Marie Interiors. They serve the Seattle metro area including Seattle, Bellevue, Kirkland, Medina, Clyde Hill, and Hunts Point. For more about Kimberlee Marie Interiors, see here: https://www.kimberleemarie.com/ To learn more about this project, see here https://www.kimberleemarie.com/university-village-kitchen-remodel-1
South Pasadena Craftsman Cottage
South Pasadena Craftsman Cottage
June Scott DesignJune Scott Design
This front yard features a seating area and jar fountain, ringed by aromatic native plantings of California Lilac, Manzanita, Cleveland Sage. A meadow-style planting of native sedge grasses create soft look in the foreground, and new concrete pavers add a modern touch. We also believe the project’s driveway to be among the prettiest we’ve created or seen: a ribbon of stones and grasses now meanders along a Hollywood-style center planting area.
Split-Level Transformation
Split-Level Transformation
Pella DesignWorksPella DesignWorks
AFTER: Our design includes a new entryway gabled roof along with a combination a shake and lap siding, cultured stone, Pella craftsman style garage/entry doors and Pella 450 Series Casement windows with decorative flower boxes below.
Pond House Interior Stair
Pond House Interior Stair
UserUser
Pond House interior stairwell with Craftsman detailing and hardwood floors. Gridley Graves
Plano | Normandy Estates | Kitchen & Butler Cabinets (Partner)
Plano | Normandy Estates | Kitchen & Butler Cabinets (Partner)
Kitchen Design ConceptsKitchen Design Concepts
The builder we partnered with for this beauty original wanted to use his cabinet person (who builds and finishes on site) but the clients advocated for manufactured cabinets - and we agree with them! These homeowners were just wonderful to work with and wanted materials that were a little more "out of the box" than the standard "white kitchen" you see popping up everywhere today - and their dog, who came along to every meeting, agreed to something with longevity, and a good warranty! The cabinets are from WW Woods, their Eclipse (Frameless, Full Access) line in the Aspen door style - a shaker with a little detail. The perimeter kitchen and scullery cabinets are a Poplar wood with their Seagull stain finish, and the kitchen island is a Maple wood with their Soft White paint finish. The space itself was a little small, and they loved the cabinetry material, so we even paneled their built in refrigeration units to make the kitchen feel a little bigger. And the open shelving in the scullery acts as the perfect go-to pantry, without having to go through a ton of doors - it's just behind the hood wall!

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