Sponsor spotlight: Trends from this year’s Remodeled Homes Tour

If you’re planning a future remodel or just curious what current trends are being used in home remodeling, then don’t miss Irons Brothers and 11 other Master Builders Association members at the 2019 Remodeled Homes Tour this Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 26-27, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

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This event will take place throughout King and Snohomish counties, with the IronsBC Tour Home being in Shoreline’s Richmond Beach neighborhood. Tour newly remodeled homes to get ideas, see new materials and meet the Irons Brothers team.
Here is a link to the home Irons Brothers is featuring this year. This Richmond Beach home was remodeled with universal design, mid-century architecture, and territorial views in mind. The renovation includes a full interior and exterior makeover with a third story master suite and balcony, along with a rooftop deck and outdoor kitchen.

The main floor features a remodeled kitchen, dining, and living room—two bedrooms and a bathroom also received a face lift. To easily get up and down, an elevator was installed.

Trends you will find at this year’s Irons Brothers Construction home include:

Expanding storage: From the hidden below-staircase storage closet, to the elegant dining room cabinetry buffet, you will find this whole-home makeover was designed to maximize storage, as well as comfort, helping the clients live as clutter-free as possible.

Universal design: Being the client’s forever home, the third-story addition was designed and architecturally planned to include a elevator from the lower level up to their new master suite. The elevator is not visually noticeable from the exterior and is mostly being used for now by the homeowner’s dog Rocky, until the owners need it later in life.

Mid-century for a modern couple: The clients did not want to lose the feeling of home that they had created over the years. So the Irons Brothers team worked together to ensure the home’s roots and undercarriage would be present even after the third-story addition was added. To remodel a mid-century home and modernize it, while keeping its old-world charm requires a true design, construction, and architecture partnership.

Click here to get free tickets and take a virtual tour of this year’s project.

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