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In this waterfront home, the existing living and dining rooms were combined and completely remodeled to create a new Great Room. The existing roof was re-framed and the ceiling raised to 11 feet. Remotely-operated skylights were added, as well as new, high-performance windows and sliding patio doors. A raised Seafoam granite hearth and clear cherry built-ins anchor the end of the room. Clear white quartersawn oak wood tops a new radiant-heated floor.
The kitchen of this waterfront home was completely remodeled including relocating it to take advantage of panoramic views of Agate Passage. Materials include clear cherry cabinets, Tunas Black granite counters, tumbled stone backsplash, stone tile over new radiant-heated floors and stainless steel appliances.
A clear cherry built-in breakfast nook, with custom-designed table, overlooks the water and opens on to a covered ipe deck.
The master bath of this waterfront home features clear-stained cherry cabinets with reeded glass doors, Giallo marble countertop, limestone floor tiles and tumbled limestone wainscot.
The existing footprint of this waterfront home was expanded to create a new entry foyer, with direct access to the garage. Materials include clear fir doors with oil-rubbed bronze hardware, fir-trimmed windows and doors, and Indian slate tile floors.
The existing kitchen in the home was gutted and a completely new kitchen was designed and built to take advantage of sweeping views of Puget Sound and the Seattle skyline. Materials include clear cherry cabinets, Indian Parana granite counter, recycled glass tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances.
The master bath of this waterfront home was remodeled to take advantage of panoramic views of Puget Sound and the Seattle skyline. Materials include clear cherry cabinets, Jerusalem Gold limestone counter, tumbled limestone wainscot and recycled glass tile trim.
The great room of this island home features clear vertical grain fir millwork, Raja slate tile hearth, EPA-rated propane fireplace and hidden media storage.
The dining room of this island home is detailed with large clear fir windows, fir flooring and trim milled from on-site trees, and a Raja slate tile border. French patio doors open onto a generous deck with vegetated cedar trellis above.
The living room of this 800 square foot cottage features clear fir windows, wood trim milled from on-site trees, and quartersawn red oak floors over a radiant concrete slab.
A small kitchen features Shaker-style clear maple cabinets, bullnose laminate counter and decorative tile backsplash.
The stair leading to the second floor home office in this residence has walnut treads and risers. A stainless steel cable railing is topped with a walnut cap. On the lower landing limestone tiles are arranged in a 1/3 offset pattern.
A clear cherry double-sided bookcase separates the stair from the work area. Large fir windows and a sloped ceiling bring in abundant natural light, while low-voltage fixtures provide lighting at night.
In the office, a clear cherry built-in bookcase contains file storage and a wine cooler. Overhead, low-voltage cable lighting illuminates the work area.
Stainless steel barn door hardware tops the clear fir door of the bathroom in the home office. On the right, a clear cherry bookcase separates the stair from the work area. Low voltage pendant fixtures illuminate the stair landing beyond.
In the bathroom, a hung bamboo vanity is topped with Sea Grass limestone, a glazed undermount sink and satin nickel faucet.
An existing home was expanded to include a new "Endless" lap pool. Materials include Indian slate tile deck, clear mahogany coping, built-in storage and stair and stone tile floor with slate and wood accents.
This water-view home was completely remodeled and the master bath relocated and reconfigured to take advantage of sweeping views of Puget Sound. Materials include: clear cherry cabinets, honed granite counter, limestone floor tile and limestone-and glass tile wainscot.
The garage of this vintage island home was expanded to create a second floor guest quarters. Inside, detailing to match the existing home was used throughout, including tongue-and-groove wood ceilings, pedimented doors and built-up floor base. A new alcove with recycled vintage tile was created for the wood stove. At right, a glass door leads to the new bedroom.
The guest room bath of this home was remodeled and updated. Materials include clear cherry cabinets, honed granite counter, stone tile backsplash with glass tile accents and bamboo flooring.
This lamp was designed for an art exhibit entitled "Enlightened: The Art of Lighting". Made from mahogany, maple and rice paper, it stands 12" tall.
In this kitchen remodel for a busy family of five, the existing counters, backsplash, island cabinet, appliances and plumbing fixtures were all replaced. Domain Design Architects provided both design and construction management services. The kitchen remained serviceable during the entire remodel, except for a brief 24-hour period.
The existing appliances and plumbing fixtures were all donated to Habitat for Humanity. New finishes and appliances were selected for their high recycled content and energy efficiency. New halogen and LED lighting replaced existing incandescent fixtures.
A new single-bowl, undermount stainless steel Franke sink and Hans Grohe faucet replaced the existing porcelain drop-in sink and faucet.
Finishes include 3 cm. quartz counters, recycled glass-and-stone mosaic tile backsplash and low-VOC paint. A new Wolf 30" gas cooktop and Zephyr range hood were added.
A new built-in storage unit houses cookbooks, school papers, a recycle bin and file folders.
A built-in electric plugmold raceway with six outlets allows the simultaneous charging of multiple electronic gadgets in one central location.