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Neil Kelly Kitchen Cabinets: “Built To Last”

Kitchen cabinets are usually the first target of a kitchen remodeling project, and for good reason:  In many cases the cabinet styles were so faddish (remember—a fad is not a trend) that they are stylistically out of date.  And in other cases the kitchen cabinets were so cheaply built they’re simply falling apart. But recently… > Read more

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Mid-Century Modern Windows

Kim Herman lives in a house of windows: 36 drafty, unframed single panes in just 1,150-square feet. It’s a home inspired by mid-century California architectural icon and developer Joseph Eichler, whose style was typified by floor-to-ceiling windows to “bring the outside in.” But what’s perfect for a California climate isn’t as comfortable for Seattle’s cold, rainy… > Read more

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Seattle Neil Kelly Commercial: “Yodel”

What’s home remodeling have to do with yodeling? Watch the video and discover the answer.

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Mercer Street Marvel

Bill and Rae purchased their condo in the lower Queen Anne neighborhood for its walk-ability and vibrant environment.  The condo was a little dated, but it had great open space, and the Seattle couple planned to use it as a canvas for their artwork and photography. (As you can see, Bill took all these photos… > Read more

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Seattle Kitchen: “Urban-Modern” Cottage

Her contemporary Seattle kitchen features a limitless sky and water view.  The view inside Leslie’s kitchen was a little different.  “Our kitchen was very dated and in need of renovation,” she says. Her 1974 contemporary home is perched on a bluff overlooking Puget Sound, but her dark, cramped kitchen didn’t take advantage of the stellar… > Read more

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