Broadmoor Remodel

August 23, 2016 1:19 pm Published by

The homeowners wanted an unobtrusive house that would keep within the scale and aesthetic of the neighborhood, so they opted for a top-to-bottom remodel rather than tear down the existing home. Architect Tyler Engle gave the house a quiet but thoughtful design in a pared down Hamptons Style.

Washington Park Remodel

July 25, 2016 2:33 pm Published by

The remodel of this 1905 house in Washington Park focused on expanding the kitchen for a family with three young children.

Lake Sammamish Remodel

June 26, 2016 9:18 am Published by

This remodeled getaway cottage on Lake Sammamish is a casual, comfortable place for hanging out, entertaining around an outdoor grill, and flying or boating from the new dock and seaplane lift.

Denny Blaine Remodel

May 26, 2016 9:19 am Published by

Schultz Miller worked with architect Nils Finne to transform this traditional, stucco house without diminishing the historical qualities that make it feel at home in its settled Seattle neighborhood. The project involved building a two-story addition, turning a dark attic into livable space with generous dormer windows, and infusing the interior with crafted details designed by the architect.

Garage to Kids’ Gym Remodel

April 26, 2016 10:56 am Published by

The homeowners weren’t parking cars in their garage, and their children wanted a fun indoor space for artwork and exercising, especially the daughter who loves gymnastics. So was born the Garage Gym, a playful space designed by architect Margaret Menter.

Colonial Remodel

March 26, 2016 9:20 am Published by

The remodel of this home in Broadmoor changed everything . . . and nothing. Schultz Miller restored the exterior—we tuck-pointed the masonry, installed a new roof, and painted the windows and trim--but the house’s outward appearance remained unchanged.

Somerset Remodel

January 26, 2016 9:20 am Published by

For this extensive remodel, architect Rex Hohlbein returned some 20 years later to his own project, a rare opportunity for an architect, and an honor for Schultz Miller to have been chosen as the building partner, although we were not the original builder.