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This style definition can be confusing! It is usually defined as the “architecture of the present day”, which incorporates current trends and creative new ideas in both interior and exterior forms, materials and fixtures. Contemporary homes usually feature open floor plans, clean lines, simple palettes of materials and sleek fixtures. Often transitional  homes have areas that are more contemporary within the house.

Contemporary Urban Cottage

Our clients loved the close-in convenience of their modest little early 1900’s cottage, but it badly needed updating and they also wanted just a bit more space. Deciding to keep …

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Highcountry House

Perched like a lookout on a sagebrush plateau with sweeping views of the high desert and big river cutting through it below, this contemporary getaway home is a serene retreat …

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Urban Farmhouse

This charming old farmhouse is home to a young couple with two rambunctious boys who love to garden, get dirty, pester their chickens and run around outside as much as …

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Capitol Hill Old/New Fusion

The long-time owners of this humble turn-of-the-century logger’s home were ready for some major work to be done. They wanted the house to match their upbeat lifestyle and transform it …

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Contemporizing a Grand Old Classic

When our clients purchased this gorgeous, old four square home in a leafy central Seattle neighbourhood, they knew it would be their “forever” home. It had been remodeled over the …

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Blue Ridge Lookout

This is a whole house  remodel of a classic 60’s rambler, capitalizing on the best of its mid-century roots. Our remodel enhances this much-loved style by clarifying the structural elements, …

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Northwest Mid-Century Classic

We were honored once again to work on another Paul Kirk house remodel this last year – this one in the Innis Arden neighborhood just north of Seattle. The mid-century …

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Queen Anne Kitchen Remodel

This is a lovely old home with a front seat view overlooking Puget Sound. Built in 1906, it is rich in traditional detailing, but was suffering from that common old-house …

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Mid-Life Move to a Mid-Century

With their two children fully launched, our clients decided it was time to leave their 3800sf family home and downsize their daily lives. They found a modest mid-century rambler in …

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The BIG View House

Read our blog series about this project! The owners wanted more space from their newly-purchased 1950's home and to maximize the potential of the 180° view, so we added a …

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Kirkland Family Compound

This new house is designed for two families; the ground floor is an ADU (Accessory Dwelling Unit) for the owner’s elderly parents. The owners will occupy the upper two levels, …

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Hyak Hideaway

It’s been a dream coming. Raised playing in the mountains, this young family bought a property in Hyak, Washington, in the mountains. The house is for playing and year round …

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Arboretum Longhouse

This in-city house was designed for a young family and is phased so it will grow as the family grows. The home is arranged in a linear fashion on the …

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