Craftsman Remodel with a Japanese Flair, Seattle, WA
Custom Built Ins, Closets and Cabinetry, Kitchen Remodel, Powder Room Remodel, Woodwork Refresh, Wall Paint Color, Flooring Refinish and Replacement, Lighting Fixtures, Electrical Update, Fireplace Remodel, Wallpaper, Furniture and Decor, Antique Art Restoration, Window Treatments, Home Office Design, Exterior Curb Appeal
Our to do list was long, and we worked in phases. Beginning with the exterior curb appeal, we then moved onto woodwork and hardwood flooring refinishing throughout, and in turn, to partial kitchen remodel. While pulling up old flooring and carpeting, we designed and built new storage solutions according to family member’s needs, making sense out of this space. Tweaking the traffic flow in bottlenecked areas, we also created custom cabinetry to solve such dilemmas. Our wall paint color scheme accommodates for the impact of wallpaper patterns, selections to help define a nature-influenced, Art Nouveau style statement.
The large foyer always has always been the drop off point for the boy’s baseball gear, backpacks, coats and boots. We designed and built these cabinets to house these particulars – certainly out of sight out of mind! An oversized, Prairie style entry lantern adds to this welcoming and colorful entry, along with area rug, and seat cushion selections, and the restoration of the antique painting aged with, and married to the original entry foyer.
The Living RoomOur wallpaper selections are that of plant imagery, organic shapes in keeping with both Japanese and Art Nouveau styles, a flair we brought to this interior. With rich jewel-tones creating lushness, comfort and ease, this hi-lo mix of furnishings is a combination of both new and rare-find consignment pieces. Dark wood slat window blinds marry well within these client’s warm and personal style, and a beautiful, tufted, green velvet sectional creates the ideal place to hang out.
Detail Living Room
The decorative pillows from DV Kap are the coolest! They do the job of bringing the all of the golds, greens, reds and lavender tones together in the room. We found this unique leather ottoman, an irresistible consignment piece, at Phase Two Interiors, and a beautiful tray from the innovative company, Notre Monde.
The fireplace “redo” was high on our to-do list, becoming a focal point for the interior; and with it’s newly crafted, dark wood, fir mantel, SW Roycroft Green painted brick, and handmade tiles from Oregon’s Clayhaus, these elements came together like puzzle pieces. The room shines now with newly refurbished hardwood flooring and wood work!