Redmond Remodel and Addition

Harmonious living space

Phase one:

The kitchen was phase one of two remodels. The previous kitchen had inefficient workspace, dying appliances, low ceilings, and unsettling fluorescent lighting, giving the homeowners an unpleasant experience in a central and critical space in their home. They wanted to create a well-organized and harmonious living space that opened the kitchen up to its surrounding rooms. What once was a bright hospital-like kitchen in color was transformed to a kitchen offering breakfast-bar seating, custom storage, unique material textures and improved lighting. Going from an ultra-bright, style-less kitchen to the modernized and darker color palette they always imagined, the homeowners couldn’t be happier with the finished space.

Phase two:

We know we have succeeded when a client calls us back to assist with phase two of a home improvement project. In this case, the second phase of the remodel involved extensive redesign of the bathrooms, reading nook, bedrooms, laundry room, backyard deck, bedroom balcony and flooring. The results were stunning and were featured in “Remodeling Excellence” 2013 AIA tour of homes and also in the March/April 2013 issue of 425 Magazine.

Architect/Design: Don Larkin Architect/Soleil By Design, Rex Award Winner