South Mercer Island

Plain vanilla 1970's is transformed into a modern and spacious family home. Interior walls were removed to connect living, dining and kitchen spaces. The living room, and an adjacent playroom, may be closed off with sliding doors. As exterior wood deck was replaced with a bluestone terrace, and the dining room floor was dropped down to align with the terrace, connected with large sliding glass doors. Much of the original structure remains intact, but with new windows, doors, siding and interior finishes
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Joyce added this to Ideas to modernize our unit4 June 2021

Not sure ...maybe with caps and base...trim color

Melissa J added this to Kitchen Remodel13 May 2020

Sort of what I envisioned the layout to look like

Nancy added this to kitchen ideas21 November 2019

Cabinets with glass & stainless steel frame.

ntanabe added this to Kitchen2 September 2019

Open concept with a support column left in the middle

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