Total Home Remodel 36 photos

This SW Portland home got a complete overhaul, from removing walls around the kitchen to expanding the entryway and remodeling the main floor bathroom. Now a bright and airy focal point of the house, this kitchen really makes a statement with skylights and large slab countertops. The different ceiling levels remained to provide a beautiful play of light on the different surfaces, giving an almost gallery-like feel.

The real challenge of this project was outside, in matching the patio's new brickwork to the weathered 60-year old brick on the exterior of the house. The treated brick veneer by Slimbrick gives a rough and tumbled look that keeps the character of the house intact. Using veneer allowed for a higher level of seismic reinforcement.

Cabinets: Huntwood
Countertop: Perla Venata
Backsplash: Walker Zanger - Soho
Range Hood: Best CIRRUS
Entry Tile: OTM New Spring Cloud Natural Quarried Marble 12" x 24"
Bathroom Tile: OTM Dune Beige 12" x 24"

Kitchen Natural Lighting

One of our "light & bright" kitchen designs.

Cabinets: Huntwood
Countertop: Perla Venata
Backsplash: Walker Zanger - Soho
Range Hood: Best CIRRUS
Entry Tile: OTM New Spring Cloud Natural Quarried Marble 12" x 24

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Double Doors to Patio

Double glass doors to new patio
Pot filler over induction cooktop for convenience.

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Corner Kitchen

A view in to this large corner kitchen, showcasing the pass-throughs to the entry and the large L-shaped island.


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Bathroom Remodel

Old fiberglass tub was removed to make way for new tile and glass shower.

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Brick-veneered planters line the new concrete patio where a large deck once was. Slimbrick was used over concrete foundation for lower cost alternative to traditional brick that is also more seismically stable.

Stairs leading down to backyard.

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Pantry Hidden Storage

Walls were taken down to make more room for a spacious kitchen that felt connected to the rest of the house.
Pass-through to entry. Beveled subway tile backsplash in a herringbone pattern.
Full height counter pantry behind walnut doors.
Pot filler over induction cooktop for convenience.

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Kitchen Pantry

View of the open pantry with included appliance storage. Custom by Huntwood, flat panel walnut veneer doors.

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Counter Pantry with Appliance Storage

View of the open pantry with included appliance storage. Custom by Huntwood, flat panel walnut veneer doors.

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Spacious Cooking and Prep Area

View of the open pantry with included appliance storage. Custom by Huntwood, flat panel walnut veneer doors.

Pass-through to entry. Beveled subway tile backsplash in a herringbone pattern.

Pot filler over induction cooktop for convenience.

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Easy to Clean Cooking Space

Pass-through to entry. Beveled subway tile backsplash in a herringbone pattern.

Pot filler over induction cooktop for convenience.

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Built In Stainless Hood

Ceiling mounted exhaust hood with built-in lighting.

Beveled subway tile backsplash in a herringbone pattern. Pot filler over induction cooktop for convenience.

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Built In Stainless Hood

Ceiling mounted exhaust hood with built-in lighting.

Beveled subway tile backsplash in a herringbone pattern. Pot filler over induction cooktop for convenience.

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Power Accessibility

Beveled subway tile backsplash in a herringbone pattern. Pot filler over induction cooktop for convenience.

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Custom Cabinets

White painted flat panel cabinets by Huntwood.

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Kitchen Island Storage

Drawer lines adjusted perfectly.
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Spacious Kitchen

View coming in from patio.

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Walk in shower with: niches, trench drain and fold down seat - way better than the fiberglass tub.

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Old fiberglass tub was removed to make way for new tile and glass shower.

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Existing bathroom.

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Old fiberglass tub was removed to make way for new tile and glass shower.
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Home Remodel

Old fiberglass tub was removed to make way for new tile and glass shower.

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Home Remodel

Old fiberglass tub was removed to make way for new tile and glass shower.

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Bathroom vanity with stone tiles.

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Remodeled Entry

New windows, glass door and stone tiles at entry.

Entry tile is natural quarried marble. Re-purposed antique closet doors.

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Remodeled Entry

Entry tile is natural quarried marble. Re-purposed antique closet doors.
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Remodeled Entry

Visibility from front door to back door through entry and kitchen.

Entry tile is natural quarried marble. Repurposed antique closet doors.

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Brick-veneered planters line the new concrete patio where a large deck once was. Slimbrick was used over concrete foundation for lower cost alternative to traditional brick that is also more seismically stable. Mechanical overhead awning.

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Stairs down to back yard.

Brick-veneered planters line the new concrete patio where a large deck once was. Slimbrick was used over concrete foundation for lower cost alternative to traditional brick that is also more seismically stable.

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Home Remodel

Brick-veneered planters line the new concrete patio where a large deck once was. Slimbrick was used over concrete foundation for lower cost alternative to traditional brick that is also more seismically stable. Mechanical overhead awning.

Nathan Williams, Van Earl Photography www.VanEarlPhotography.com

Home Remodel

Brick-veneered planters line the new concrete patio where a large deck once was. Slimbrick was used over concrete foundation for lower cost alternative to traditional brick that is also more seismically stable.

Nathan Williams, Van Earl Photography www.VanEarlPhotography.com

Home Remodel

Brick-veneered planters line the new concrete patio where a large deck once was. Slimbrick was used over concrete foundation for lower cost alternative to traditional brick that is also more seismically stable.

Nathan Williams, Van Earl Photography www.VanEarlPhotography.com

Home Remodel

Brick-veneered planters line the new concrete patio where a large deck once was. Slimbrick was used over concrete foundation for lower cost alternative to traditional brick that is also more seismically stable.

Nathan Williams, Van Earl Photography www.VanEarlPhotography.com

Home Remodel

Brick-veneered planters line the new concrete patio where a large deck once was. Slimbrick was used over concrete foundation for lower cost alternative to traditional brick that is also more seismically stable.

Nathan Williams, Van Earl Photography www.VanEarlPhotography.com

Home Remodel

Brick-veneered planters line the new concrete patio where a large deck once was. Slimbrick was used over concrete foundation for lower cost alternative to traditional brick that is also more seismically stable.

Nathan Williams, Van Earl Photography www.VanEarlPhotography.com

Home Remodel

Brick-veneered planters line the new concrete patio where a large deck once was. Slimbrick was used over concrete foundation for lower cost alternative to traditional brick that is also more seismically stable.
Stairs leading down to backyard.
www.VanEarlPhotography.com

Home Remodel

Brick-veneered planters line the new concrete patio where a large deck once was. Slimbrick was used over concrete foundation for lower cost alternative to traditional brick that is also more seismically stable.

Stairs leading down to backyard.

Nathan Williams, Van Earl Photography www.VanEarlPhotography.com