The original house was a series of additions that lacked any aesthetic cohesion from the exterior. Similarly, the interior was choppy and disjointed with no flow from one end of the house to the other. The clients desired a remodel and addition that would provide them with more bedrooms for their growing family, as well as a combination of casual and formal living spaces to suit their lifestyle. We strove to create the functional spaces in a manner that flowed easily and comfortably into one another and therefore eliminated the existing disjointedness of the house.
New, added features include: large inset stained wood windows with stone detailing, large dormers, a prominent entry, an enlarged backyard, an enlarged kitchen, an enlarged master suite, a new curved stair to complement existing stair, and wood deck extending out over creek.