Before remodeling the two bathrooms in our South Alder project I decided to create looks that where the same yet different. One of the ways we accomplished this was by using the same style of light fixture. In the master bath, as seen here, we installed a 3 globe version with clear glass while in the hall bath we installed a 2 globe version with smoky glass.
The Alder Street Home was purchased in the summer of 2015 and one of the first projects to tackle was the re-invention of the stairwell. The final result includes a combination of 3 woods; Douglas-fir, Birds Eye Maple and Zebra wood. Inset below the handrail on the balustrade is a strip of programmable RGB LED lights and the fan above the stairwell is new but tweaked with bubble glass shades and Edison light bulbs.
Oyster Garden Kitchen and Bar Refacing keeps Existing Layout but Replaces Doors and Drawers with Fir
This Oyster Garden Home is a waterfront property with walk on beach access and the homeowners had an extensive collection of salmon oriented original art so creating a west coast aesthetic seemed only natural.
A single family home in Comox converted into a two residence dwelling with the homeowners upstairs and renters downstairs created a need for 1 new and 1 redesigned kitchen and 2 redesigned bathrooms.
The upstairs kitchen was originally a separate room and we opened it up to the social zone with the exception of one oversized beam that holds the furnace chimney from below.
At only 13’-6’x4’-2” in the main room which holds everything except the washroom, this small space student rental is compact, cute and super functional. It includes a kitchenette, a wardrobe, TV station, study area and bed and is even roomy enough to entertain 2 or 3 guests comfortably.