Balancing the project you want against what fits your budget is a difficult but necessary process for every project we design. There are many costs associated with a building project besides just the money directly needed for the construction itself.
Bathrooms have transformed from simple rooms for cleansing the body to spaces to relax, unwind, and get away from the stresses of daily life. A well designed bathroom can be your own private refuge, or a space to share with someone special.
Most people don’t know where to start when choosing exterior colors and materials. After all, unless you are a seasoned remodeler, you’ve probably never done it before. Choosing the wrong materials can be an expensive mistake that could be avoided with a little guidance.
With Seattle hills and amazing views, we often find we are reaching higher to capture those views. A deck addition or roof deck can be a wonderful and useful space – or a complete nightmare (if it leaks). Here are some tips to do it right the first time.
Most people think of garages as utility space – either a space to store your car, or, more likely, a space to put stuff that can’t go anywhere else. But a well designed garage can be both a place to keep your vehicle and organize your belongings.
Buildings account for nearly 40% of the total energy consumed in the United States, so designing an energy efficient green home can be good for the pocket book, in addition to being good for the environment.
Choosing an architect can be daunting if you don’t have experience in what to look for in a designer. Knowing what questions to ask and issues to raise when interviewing an architect can help you avoid making an expensive mistake.
When Emily Huddleston of Redfin asked us to contribute to her article of Top Tips for Renovating a Kitchen, we were super excited to share our unique knowledge. Applying actual knowledge from working in restaurants, [...]