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Whole house remodel from before to after in the Craftsman style of architecture.

Whole house remodel from before to after in the Craftsman style of architecture.



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    • JD DesignsResidential Building Design Established in 1987
    • Jennifer Davis, Principal of JD Designs, has nearly 30years of experience in the design industry. Some of herbackground includes:• San Jose State University BS degree in Interior Design/Architecture• Produced over 800 projects ranging from small additions and remodels to 10,000 sq. ft. custom residences• Past President of the California State Society of the American Institute of Building Design , 2002 – 2007• Board of Director’s AIBD, 1995 - 2007• Current member of the Colorado State Society of AIBD• Recipient of 25 design awards from various National, State and Local design competitions• Published in various media such asSunset Magazine, Home and Design Magazine,Designers Illustrated and local newspapers
    • Craftsman Style RemodelThe original house was a 1947 post war bungalow. A new Craftsman stylefront porch with tapered columns and details were added. 18” x 24” slatetiles were used on the porch floor and stone veneer for column bases. Thebrick fireplace was removed and replaced with a direct vent gas fireplace.Decorative trellis’ supporting climbing vines replaced the aluminum awningsfor shade. Windows were replaced with a Prairie Style grid pattern. Roofeaves were extended and decorative corbels added. Before After
    • Living RoomBefore After The same stone veneer used on the front porch was carried inside and used for the fireplace.
    • Dining RoomBefore: Original Kitchen was removedand located in the addition to the rear ofthe house After: Corner windows were replaced and sills lowered. Double pocket French doors were added, opening the dining room into the living room
    • ADDITION TO REAR YARDScope of Work:• New covered front porch.• Add 580 sq. ft. to rear yard. (Original house was 1000 sq. ft.)• Gut Kitchen and convert to Dining Room.• New hallway created through original closet and laundry room to new addition.• Addition consists of new Kitchen/Family Room, Nook, Laundry Room and ½ Bath.• New rear covered porch.• New patio with pergola.
    • KITCHEN / FAMILY ROOM Details: White Oak hardwoods floors. Birch cabinets with cherry stain Corian countertop and sinks 48” Sub-Zero refer Stained Glass panel over skylight well Vaulted “tray ceiling” Corner “step-in” pantry
    • Bathroom RemodelScope of Work: Create separate tub and separate shower. Make showerbig enough for 2 people. Must use existing square footage, cannot add on.Original Bathroom Layout Proposed Bathroom Layout Replace window Glass Block panel ___Dotted lines are walls and objects Corner tile seat that were taken out. 4’ x 4’-4” slate tile shower
    • Before
    • AfterMaterials used:• 12x12 Slate tiles• Corian counter top and sink with slate backsplash• Frameless shower door with chrome handle/hinges• Shower has glass block panels on side walls, corner seat and double shower heads
    • Covered Rear Porch and Pergola