Home addition remodels by Portland/Seattle remodeling contractor range from the practical to the playful.
Remodels are as unique as the clients who embark on them and the homes that they aim to transform.
Proof positive? The selection of eight home additions by general contractor Hammer & Hand below.
Three of the remodel projects are second-story additions, some of which double the household’s space with new bedrooms, bathroom and other work and living space. Two feature master-suite additions that add square footage to the home to accommodate gracious master bedroom space. Another two involve small additions that allow a re-ordering of the home’s interior and its indoor/outdoor connection. And then we have the 936 House, with its playful tower of light topped with a loft aerie.
Alameda Bungalow – three new bedrooms and two bathrooms upstairs transform a modest 1924 home:
Tabor Addition – a new master bedroom suite, kids bedroom and bathroom pay homage to Craftsman heritage:
Victorian Remodel – two new bedrooms and a bathroom, built with upcycled wood and environmentally responsible materials, add historically-sensitive functionality:
Master Suite Additions
Clinton Remodel – scissor trusses and a bank of south-facing windows brings welcome natural light to master bedroom addition:
Tudor Remodel – attic conversion adds new master bedroom suite and office space to historic Tudor home:
Small Additions to Re-Order Flow
SW Hills Home – a series of cramped spaces is transformed into a light-filled sequence of entry, kitchen, dining room and living space:
Mudroom Addition – an old porch is transformed into a new mudroom and entry, bike storage and kids loft:
Tower of Light
936 House – a pillar of ascending windows brings light into the home and provides owner with tower-top perch:
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