4636 43rd Ave. S.
This 1926 bungalow remodel began by removing a chimney no longer in use. It was a messy job, but substantial space was gained for a main floor bathroom remodel that included moving the toilet stack to the exterior wall, subway tiled walls and a glass tiled shower, marble vanity, and pocket door to create more space. On the second floor, a dormer was added to allow for a large kids’ bathroom, as well as increasing a bedroom to full height. Pocket doors were installed throughout the second floor. Additionally, the attic was opened to allow for an amazing kids’ hangout. The solid banister was replaced with a modern railing to create an open feeling. The entire second floor was insulated with closed-cell spray foam.