Remodel & Addition / Sascha
The colorful character and charm of this historic Queen Anne foursquare served as a great source of design inspiration when remodeling the home’s kitchen and second floor.
Mossy green casework, vibrant blue tiles, and refinishing of the home’s original checkerboard painted wood floor exemplify the client’s love of color and family traditions that helped define some bold design decisions throughout the home. A new kitchen layout helped provide better workflow and collaboration space for a family that loves cooking together. Durable quartz countertops, a large island with a natural butcherblock top and prep sink, professional appliances, and plenty of convenient storage solutions support the family's culinary adventures.
The addition of new corner windows helped illuminate the previously dim kitchen, and an expanded arched opening to the dining room improved the circulation from the kitchen to the rest of the main floor.
The second floor remodel focused on providing a more efficient and functional layout for the growing family. A single small bathroom, originally shared by the whole family, was divided into an primary bedroom ensuite and secondary bathroom. Colorful tiles and large windows were added to brighten early morning routines, and create a little extra privacy for everyone. Resizing the spacious bedrooms allowed for expanding closet space as well as adding creative built-in storage solutions to help keep clutter at bay.