Our clients asked us to do a full exterior remodel of their mid-century daylight basement home, along with extensive interior updates to create a clean and modern vibe.
Mercier Hard Maple Select & Better in Natural Satin
Cement Elegance Perfect Grey
Jeld Wenn Custom Clad Auralast Pine Interior, Black Licorice Exterior
Simpson 6-light Fir in Provincial & Colonial Maple custom blend stain
Custom by TMK Construction in Walnut natural, satin finish
Cement Elegance Limestone
Pental Stone Box Sugar White Natural
Pental Parc Botticino Polished
Lunada Bay Sumi-e in Morioka Natural
Acuo in walnut
Kohler Loure in Brushed Nickel
Cedar with Olympic Cedar stain
Sherwin Williams Iron Ore 75% tint
Trex Transcend Spiced Rum
Metal Deck panel
Parasoleil Kenyan pattern in Rust Brown aluminum
Address Sign / Planter box
Cedar and Corten steel, Modern Dwell numbers in brushed aluminum
Clear Western Red Cedar by Precision Door Service
Hinkley Cascade in extruded aluminum
The usual "numbers on a mailbox" approach always left guests searching for a street address. We used panels of Corten steel, stainless rivets, and oversized numbers to create a statement piece that can’t be missed.
New windows, maple flooring and a cement panel fireplace face bring fresh life to the main floor interior. No baseboards and jamb-width window casings create super clean lines and a focus on the views beyond.
A panel of variegated glass tile adds visual interest to this serene space.
A cement vanity with no splash carries the clean-lined vision into the bath.
Expanded layers of deck spill beyond the original porch roofline, creating a sunny morning coffee spot and an invitation for neighbors to say "hi" on their walks.
From below, a series of new planter boxes awaits spring plantings.
A richly colored cedar garage door is set against charcoal paint. Low profile sconces complete the look.
The new deck addresses the desire for an open sightline by using a series of cascading planter boxes. Raising the level of the soil in these permanent boxes to less than 30" below the deck level eliminates the need for continuing the rail. Removing the center post between two small garage doors and using one continuous header enabled a single, wide garage door to be installed.