My Blue Heaven

This 1971 two-story home had limited storage, forcing the use of plastic bins for the additional items. A 4-foot expansion toward the back yard included a 26’ concealed beam supporting the upper floor. The terrazzo floor was too expensive to remove, impossible to match, and so the schematic layout went through several iterations to accommodate the decorative flooring.  A complimentary floor surface at the addition is delineated by a large island for culinary accouterments and…

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The Soffit Remains The Same

Custom building cabinetry to fit all of the customer wishes while making sure it all lines up under the existing soffit is no small task. This project was done with minimal drywall repair and without refinishing floors. 2-tone cabinetry and 2-tone backsplash set a neutral warmth for accenting accouterments. Custom storage allows for better access to kitchen wares by making the boxes built to 1/8″ increments instead of 3″ increments. Cabinetry was painted in place…

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A Periwinkle In Time

Sometimes all a master bath upgrade needs, is changing everything except the wall color. Recessed lighted mirrors and a cluster of pendants over new stained alder vanity with quartz countertop enhanced by faux marble tile. The barrier-free shower was enlarged to use the deck of the more comfortable tub as a foot rest.

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Sweat Equity

Not every addition is designed to sweat in. After considering a main floor addition for an exercise room, our customer came up with the idea of having it located over the existing game room below. This meant it would be accessible only by the master suite – which worked out well for the adjacent bathroom and steam shower. The design began with engineering the floor loads and designing the mechanical layout through the new structure. …

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Yoga Studio

A 1962 daylight rambler with a lower floor used only as storage was upgraded to a usable guest suite and yoga studio. Design details were to replicate the finishes of the upper level with bright and cheery tones. The project required replacement of much of the existing electrical, plumbing and mechanical systems to bring them up to code. Wood burning fireplace was converted to a gas insert and insulation added at the exterior walls for…

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Tres Chic Rambler

This project was very special in that it was a major remodel of the family home that this father-daughter duo spent her growing up years in, and by circumstances have been brought together again to share. They desired a kitchen that was incorporated with the rest of the home. The vision was to create a great room concept and integrate the adjacent rooms while increasing storage and comfort in the kitchen. Secondary goals included a…

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Modern Day Residence

This whole-house makeover began with relocating the master bath and guest bath, which shifted the functionality of the upper floor. Expansion of the kitchen re-purposed the formal dining room for a professional pantry complete with secondary laundry facilities. Refrigerator and freezer from the Top Chef Seattle TV show accentuate the professional layout. An open and lofty upper floor made for brightening the entire living space. Flooring is a durable plank patterned after rustic wood. New insulated…

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AVATAR 2015

Roll credits: Just as the credits at the end of a feature film list the people responsible, we recognize our cast & crew from behind the scenes on our performances. Post Studios was on-hand 1/16/16 @ Kirkland Performance Center to capture the red carpet experience.   Annual award categories include: Customer Service Memorable Moment Creative Solution Safety Reliable Service Vendor of the Year Trade Contractor of the Year   Winners for 2015 are: Ryan McCurdy, TR Location Manager…

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The Spa Who Loved Me

To truly get a spa experience at home, you have to live with a masseuse. This bathroom provides all but the massage table – and the masseuse. The space was completely redefined by relocating the shower and modifying windows and interior walls. Finish details include composite countertops, wood grain rectangular tiles and stone shower floor, eluding to a feeling of nature. Features include heated floor, steam shower and concealed pull out door with plugged in…

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Northern Exposure

An 8-foot expansion toward the back yard made it feasible to integrate a roof deck off the master suite and arrange the kitchen for year-round entertaining. Custom inset cabinetry creates a furniture look for 2-tone quartz and granite countertops with porcelain subway tile backsplash. A 12-foot wide folding door system allow the new interior space to flow into a stone patio. The project included a master balcony nestled into the roof, and an updated laundry room.…

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