Function & Aesthetics

Our clients wanted their home to have a fresh new look that meshed with the needs of their busy family. With a few tweaks to the existing kitchen layout, we maximized counter and cabinet space, adding deep pantry and breakfast nook cabinets, with built-in power and small appliance storage. A mix of matte white and custom-made Fireclay tiles brighten up the kitchen, as does a new full-light exterior door. The hard-working honed quartz counter tops were installed a bit higher to be ergonomically correct for our clients, who are on the taller side.

The living and bathroom spaces were redesigned from bottom to top. A basement guest bedroom was reconfigured into two children's bedrooms and a full bath. A finished laundry room, a music room, and new egress windows were also added downstairs. Upstairs, the master bath design was streamlined to carve out much-needed closet space in the master bedroom. With all-new interior doors and fresh paint throughout, the house feels new and reflects our clients' excellent taste in finishes and appreciation of functional design.

  • Project designer: Leslie Eiler
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Download our Kitchen Remodel Pricing Guide to learn more about estimated tiered pricing, the factors that add cost, and our pricing overview. We hope it will be of use to you as you gather information about your Seattle kitchen remodel.

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