Interior RemodelingEdmonds-Based remodeler serving clients throughout the greater Seattle area for over 36 years
An interesting thing happens on just about every project we design and subsequently build. Clients begin to talk about their passions, and inevitably, those things that excite them end up inspiring the design and material selection. What makes Chermak different from many companies is our ability to design beautiful touches into projects with varied budgets. We have amazing craftsmen within our company and have a long history of working with artisans experienced at producing objects of beauty.
Take a look at our interior remodel gallery below and notice the diversity of design styles and the wide range of possibilities available to our clients.
Asian Aesthetic – Seattle Bungalow
This complete home remodel is a perfect example of melding modern materials and old world craftsmanship. Here, the perfect partnership has produced a solid design theme that is integrated throughout the entire house.
Custom Design – Seattle Brick Tudor
Every custom detail of this Seattle Brick Tudor’s renovation was scrutinized to make sure the design theme was maintained. The distressed painted cabinets, leaded glazing, fine tile, elegant stone countertops, artisan stair railing, specially commissioned light fixtures, and blown glass sinks are just a few of the exceptional features of this project.
Grand Details – Edmonds
A fusion of Pacific Northwest and Carmel “By the Sea” design elements combine to dramatically transform this stairway and other parts of this home. A custom-made art glass piece, featuring a lone, wind-swept Cyprus tree, provides a symbolic theme that runs throughout the entire home.
Old World Craftsmanship – Redmond
This home bursts with architectural Craftsman details from a time gone by. It echoes the design precepts of turn of the century architects, Green and Green. Our trim and millwork integrate the disciplines of Old World Swedish craftsmanship and a Japanese influence that places great emphasis on balance.
Transitional – Bellevue
Our clients wanted their home, overlooking Lake Sammamish, in the suburbs of Bellevue to have sleek, clean design lines, but their personalities demanded the design needed to have elements of fun. They wanted interesting twists that in the end directed our design team toward a Transitional theme, blending classic with modern.
The owner of this 1950’s era rambler wanted open spaces, a new master bath and a walk-in closet. Existing spaces were repurposed to create a living/dining/kitchen area plus a home office and a art studio. Sunken living room and slate entry floors were all brought to level with the rest of the home for a safer environment.
The home owner wanted an extra room to serve as space for personal meditation and a sleeping area for guests. But what do you do when you are limited by 1,100 square feet under roof, are on a small lot with no room for an addition, and cannot afford to add a second story? The solution is to expand into the attic.