A: Oh, where do I start? The absence of fluorescent lighting and a drop down ceiling? The fact that more than two adults can fit in the kitchen? A disposal?! There are so many things! If you have to twist my arm I would say the best part of my new kitchen is how well it allows for conversation while eating and hanging out in there. I love people and food so being able to join the two in my home is truly the best for me.
Our kitchen is our most recent project, and also the biggest one yet!
A: Actually, Scott was the one that originally loved the house. It took me some convincing. I had a hard time seeing past the floral wallpaper and 1970s curtains. We bought when the market was very low in 2011 so the price was super compelling. And although it was very dated, it wasn’t gross, and was livable from the get-go.
We also loved that it wasn’t a cookie cutter house. The floor plan is unique and we were excited to mix our style with the Cape Cod-type home.
Scott and Aimee would like to thank the following contractors who helped make their projects a reality:
Kitchen: Jeremy Hartmark with HBC Seattle.
They really appreciated his attention to detail and ability to make them feel heard. He was patient with all their calls, questions, and his team was fantastic to work with.
Painting: Einar with Bjornsson Painting did the interior and exterior painting. His team was efficient, fast, and incredibly clean. Einar was a huge help in helping them make color decisions.
Roof: Greg was our contact at Skyline Roofing. They were pleased with their responsiveness and the professional manner in which they executed the project.