Entire House Over $600K Category
Best entire house project over $600,000. A project that has remodeled or renovated a substantial portion of the building, interior and/or exterior.
Entry # 14 | Neutral Slate
This home was destroyed in a fire resulting in everything from exterior to interior being touched up or replaced entirely. The homeowners wanted to create a modern yet classic feel in the home. This blend of styles brought a new freshness to the home. As the center of any home, the kitchen design was the central element of the remodel. The new kitchen design focused on creating an open floor plan with spacious work areas along with state-of-the-art appliances and material selections. We carried this openness and classic style throughout the home creating uniformity and consistency.
Entry # 15 | Unique Traditional
The clients wanted to modernize the 1960s home by updating everything from the floor plan to the trim and paint texture, so it was a full gut and remodel. The goal was to reflect the traditional family lifestyle of the homeowners by creating an open floor plan with the kitchen as the heart of the home. This floor plan allowed the flow of the home to be centered around gathering the family together and connecting them even while they are in separate rooms. Everything was completely redesigned and replaced to create consistency and continuity throughout the home. The homeowner wanted a traditional feel yet modernized home. We accomplished this by using traditional style cabinetry, rich colors and detailed trim throughout the home.
Entry # 16 | Lakeside Tudor
This project started with a 90-year-old house that had additions. With the remodel, it transformed into a functional modern Tudor home with a ton of upgrades. The electrical, furnace, boiler, and plumbing were replaced making it a home that will last another lifetime. The new layout allows for more privacy and more guests to enjoy the lake on this truly one-of-a-kind property. The finishes stayed in line with the original style, yet now offer all the modern conveniences one expects from a 7,000 square-foot lakefront home.
Entry # 17 | Artistic Contemporary
This quiet neglected home, in a prime location on the lake, sat in decay. The homeowner hoped that this house had the potential to be renovated into their dream oasis. During demolition, the current structure was declared structurally unsound, so the house had to be brought down to foundation. Using the part of the existing foundation, the entire new structure was framed on a 9.6-degree angle and the roof has a faceted design which is functional as well as visually interesting. With artful architecture and a creative approach, the design started to take shape into a unique northwest contemporary home in a natural lake setting. With all of the angles giving so much character to the home, the concept was to keep the finishes luxurious but simple.