Remodeling Projects

We execute the design, managing all phases of construction; from permits, to framing, to finish work. We communicate consistently and accurately with regular progress updates and will always strive to minimize the impact the project has on your day-to-day living. We use many natural, sustainably harvested or green building materials and attempt to lessen the quantity of wasted materials through good planning and careful management. You will enjoy having our craftspeople in your home.


Master Suite and Screen Porch Addition
A growing family needed extra space in their 1930 Bungalow. We designed an addition sensitive to the neighborhood and complimentary to the original design that includes a generously sized one car garage, a 350 square foot screen porch and a master suite with walk-in closet and bathroom.
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Master Suite Pop-Up
The original walk-up attic in this 1950 home was too low and cramped to be of use as a finished space. We engineered a new roof structure that gave us the needed headroom for a master bedroom, his and hers closets, an en-suite laundry and bathroom. The addition follows the original roofline, and so is virtually undetectable from the street.
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Basement Suite
The 1931 built home had a full-height basement, but with many of the original hot water heat pipes hanging low. The boiler was relocated and replaced with a tankless on-demand heat system, allowing for a unobstructed ceiling throughout the space.
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Contemporary Kitchen Remodel
The 1950’s kitchen was small and outdated. We removed the partition wall between the dining room and kitchen, dramatically opening up the space and growing the kitchen plan. Upgrades included new maple hardwood floor, new Marvin windows and french doors opening onto the rear patio.
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Mission Kitchen and Bath Remodel
In this 1929 home, we opened the small kitchen doorway into a large curved archway, bringing the dining room and kitchen together. Hand-made Motawi Arts and Crafts backsplash tiles, oak hardwood floors, and quarter-sawn oak cabinets matching the existing millwork create an authentic period look for the kitchen.
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Modern Kitchen Remodel
A 1980’s remodel in a 1938 home was tired and needed replacing with a completely new look. Wenge styled cabinets by Neff, a new custom fabricated casement window, oak hardwood floors, Paperstone countertops, a curved-front applewood cabinet and backsplash, and a glass mosaic backsplash all make a stunning contrast.
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Transitional Kitchen Remodel
The old cabinets and appliances were outdated and the kitchen separated from the dining room. By removing the partition wall, we were able to join the rooms and provide a counter-height bar area. New energy efficient windows by Weathershield and custom-milled moldings match the 1926 home’s original millwork.
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Craftsman Kitchen
We completely remodeled an outdated, poorly designed kitchen that was separated from the rest of the house by a narrow doorway. We opened the wall to the dining room and framed it with an oak archway.
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Porch Remodel / Exterior Paint Scheme
Designed a 3-D digital mockup with new Exterior Paint Scheme for historical Craftsman home. Also, we designed a new pitched roof to cover an inefficient existing flat roof. Construction, July 2008.
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Modern Lower Level Living
This 1950’s ranch had a huge basement footprint that was unused as living space. With the walkout double door and plenty of southern exposure light, it made a perfect guest bedroom, living room, full bathroom, utility and laundry room, and plenty of closet storage, and effectively doubled the square footage of the home.
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Covered Porch Addition
A covered porch was added to unique Craftsman style home to enable a greater enjoyment of a native plant filled backyard. The exposed trusses, sidelights and dormer mimic the lofted design of the original Living Room.
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Whole House Redesign
We collaborated for over 9 months with the homeowners to completely redesign their historic 1900 home. The older part of the house will be gutted and rebuilt, preserving the best historic elements. The entire 2nd floor will become a master suite with private bath retreat.
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Basement Family Room
Custom designed cabinetry and bookshelves, energy efficient insulation and hot water radiant heat makes this new basement family room inviting and cozy and increases the living space of the house by over 400 square feet.
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Dudgeon-Monroe Remodel
This early 1960ís home felt claustrophobic and the old sliding doors were drafty and no longer operated smoothly. By removing a partition between eat-in kitchen and living room and replacing the outdated doors with low-E Andersen casement windows and a patio door unit, we increased insulation, energy efficiency, and brought light and space to the living area.
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