A vaulted ceiling captures views of the mountains that were previously blocked by a ceiling.
The front door and porch push out for a more generous entryway. The sunken living room moves up to the upper level and gets great views. A new room is created underneath by digging out the crawlspace.
The kitchen has been enlarged, opened up, and updated.
Detail of new shelves.
Bigger windows and more space creates a much more pleasant space and better flow.
Adding space allows for an island in the kitchen, increased storage, and a pantry (beyond).
Detail of the back storage wall.
The parents' bedroom suite is made wider.
The parents' bathroom is updated.
A wood feature wall and ceiling is recreated with clear hemlock replacing knotty cedar.
A new wood stair and steel rail replaces a dated carpeted one.
The exterior keeps many of the original roofs and walls but the look and feel is completely transformed.
This is an update to a 1970’s home with a sunken living room that completely blocked the view of the mountains.