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M.J. Whelan ConstructionM.J. Whelan Construction
M.J. Whelan ConstructionM.J. Whelan Construction
A Picture is worth a thousand words, but it's difficult to describe this exquisite basement in a photograph. Designed for a couple who are a party waiting to happen, this walkout basement was destined to be spectacular. Once a cold, blank slate of concrete, the basement is now an extraordinary multi-functional living space. The luxurious new design includes a stunning full bar with all the amenities. The cabinetry was done in Brookhaven Bridgeport Oak in a Bistro finish and granite countertops. In the lounge area an older fireplace was removed and replaced with a Lennox direct-vent fireplace. Gorgeous stacked quartz stone in Glacier white surrounds the unit and Corian was used for the hearth. A home theater room is tucked away yet open to the lounge area. Custom woodwork also helps to set this basement apart. Unique art deco columns were designed by the M.J. Whelan design team, along with several art nooks peppered throughout the space. Beautiful trim molding wrap the entire space. Tray ceilings help to define different areas of the space. Lighting is layered throughout, including indirect cove lighting wrapping every tray. A spa room and full bathroom were also a part of the new design.
Historic Farmhouse ReconstructionHistoric Farmhouse Reconstruction
Kraft Custom ConstructionKraft Custom Construction
This 1914 family farmhouse was passed down from the original owners to their grandson and his young family. The original goal was to restore the old home to its former glory. However, when we started planning the remodel, we discovered the foundation needed to be replaced, the roof framing didn’t meet code, all the electrical, plumbing and mechanical would have to be removed, siding replaced, and much more. We quickly realized that instead of restoring the home, it would be more cost effective to deconstruct the home, recycle the materials, and build a replica of the old house using as much of the salvaged materials as we could. The design of the new construction is greatly influenced by the old home with traditional craftsman design interiors. We worked with a deconstruction specialist to salvage the old-growth timber and reused or re-purposed many of the original materials. We moved the house back on the property, connecting it to the existing garage, and lowered the elevation of the home which made it more accessible to the existing grades. The new home includes 5-panel doors, columned archways, tall baseboards, reused wood for architectural highlights in the kitchen, a food-preservation room, exercise room, playful wallpaper in the guest bath and fun era-specific fixtures throughout.
Pacific Heights TransformationsPacific Heights Transformations
JayJeffersJayJeffers
JDG undertook a complete transformation of this family residence, taking it from bleak to chic. The space marries custom furnishings, fabulous art and vintage pieces, showcasing them against graphic pops of pattern and color. Photos by Matthew Millman
Urban HomesteadUrban Homestead
Cuppett Kilpatrick ArchitectsCuppett Kilpatrick Architects
All images by Paul Bardagjy & Jonathan Jackson
family photo wallfamily photo wall
Kasey BuickKasey Buick
photos going up the staircase wall, using vintage frames with no glass
Casa AAKCasa AAK
Bernardo Pozas Residential DesignBernardo Pozas Residential Design
Dorsey residenceDorsey residence
Coates Design Architects SeattleCoates Design Architects Seattle
Exterior - photos by Andrew Waits Interior - photos by Roger Turk - Northlight Photography
StaircaseStaircase
Kate Jackson DesignKate Jackson Design
photo taken by Nat Rea photography

Stair Wall Designs & Ideas

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