Want to know what it’s like to work with us? Our featured projects take you behind the scenes from start to finish!
Transitional Tudor Remodel
For this transitional Tudor remodel, the homeowner’s main reason for hiring PCD was to give the kitchen and laundry room better flow for their busy family. When we first took on the project, the kitchen was boxed in, with only a small window to let in light. The dining room was closed off by a wall dividing the kitchen and dining room. Finally, the laundry room was open to the kitchen’s original breakfast nook.
When we were finished we opened up the wall that divided the dining room from the kitchen, removed the soffit in the kitchen, and added a wall to give the laundry room its own room.
Careful attention was spent in selecting the finish details. It was important to the homeowner to marry the remodel with the existing home, which was originally built in 1960. The homeowner wanted to pair hints of traditional glitz with modern convenience and we were happy to comply.
Originally the homestead of a local dairy farm, this 1926 Farmhouse was a thrilling project for us. Though the home has changed owners several times over the years, the original millwork, Douglas Fir woodwork, hardwood oak floors, doors, hardware, cabinetry, and layout had all been preserved.
The homeowner’s main goal was to make accommodations that suited their modern family’s lifestyle while still maintaining the character and quality craftsmanship of the original home.
This remodel included a kitchen, laundry room, half-bath addition, an enlarged entrance/mudroom space, plus the addition of a covered, wrap-around porch.
We hope you enjoy this 1926 Farmhouse renovation and want to specially thank the homeowner and all of our subcontractors for making this vision a reality!
Modern Prairie Bathroom
This master bathroom project is a testament to what can be done within the confines of one’s existing space. It literally was un-utilized space within the existing footprint of its 1954 ranch house. The homeowner was seeking a master bathroom, apart from the main bath. We were able to utilize an awkward, unused space right off the dining room and convert it to a master bathroom that naturally connects to the master bedroom.
We hope you enjoy this Modern Prairie Bathroom renovation!
1950’s Galley Kitchen Reno
The homeowner came to Luke and Katie needing a kitchen remodel, but were unsure how to get any more organization out of their confined kitchen space.
Main Level Transformation
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