The office space was gutted and then framed out. A local Seattle handyman, Dave Crowther, did most of the work in the office, and I stepped in near the end to help with final touches. The space is fun and colorful, just like the homeowner who works in it! The photos here are shown in …
As part of the full-basement remodel, the clients wanted to refresh the old brick wood-burning fireplace. We framed out the basement, insulated, and drywalled before adding a gas insert as well as tile and custom metal trim as a mantel.
In the Broadview basement remodel, there was an unfinished laundry room. We pulled out the old utility sink, built custom cabinets, new lighting, and a new sink/faucet.
This was a small project, but an interesting one. The clients wanted the wire railing surrounding the stairs replaced with a much more sturdy pony wall. With the help of Chris, the carpenter that works with me, it transformed.
My teen daughter needed a table-like-desk and I found an old school desk for her. Trouble was it was too short. So I built it a stand to sit on that also provided additional storage.
The bathroom is done! It has a large spa steam-shower with teak seats and river rock. There’s an access panel in the little closet to get to the steam unit to service it. Before! During! After!
I refurbished a vintage Kelvinator refrigerator (I think it’s a 1953) — and I don’t usually go into depth about my projects, but I am going to this time in the hopes that if somebody else wants to try and tackle something similar that you’ll have more information than I had when I started. Here’s …