Magnolia Home

"how to make a very complex design look simple in the end product"
This one was a master class in how to make a very complex design look simple in the end product. Any time you have stairs, sloped decks, and oversize posts (not to mention some privacy panels), the biggest challenge is to keep the finished product from looking “busy”. This is where the design team really earn their pay. There were two consultation visits with the architect and homeowners before any final measurements were even taken, then two measure trips to make sure our CAD drawings were accurate.

As always, the finished product looks amazing, but this one has a special place in my heart because I know –and was a part of- how much work went into the design.
Railing Style: Picket with oversize post and privacy glass
Powder-Coat Color: Black

Residential Projects We Have Worked on

Mountlake Terrace Interior | Burien Front Entry Stairs and Deck | Ballard Lodge Exterior Patio | Edmonds Residence | Fall City Residence | Magnolia Home | West Seattle Exterior and Interior | Edmonds Back Patio | Hunts Pointe Home | Kirkland Modern Home | Shoreline Home | Mercer Island Waterfront Home | Burien Waterfront Cable Rail | Maple Valley Home | West Seattle/ Alki Beachfront Home | Seattle Railing Replacement | Holmes Pointe Radius Decks | Bothell Home | Mercer Island Home Cable Deck | Bellevue Front Entry Porch | Bellevue Home Interior | Shoreline Residence | Tiger Mountain Home (Issaquah) | Mercer Island Home | Edmonds Home | Bellevue Custom Home

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