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Removing that kitchen wall to open up the view, installing custom hardwood cabinets with granite countertops, placing all new kitchen appliances and much more would soon come together as their most-used space in the house. “It was (intentionally) designed to be open to the view and deck outside while preparing a meal and sharing it with friends and family,” Radine explains.
“The interior of the home was very dated and had a closed off floor plan,” says Maximillian. “We removed
a majority of the walls downstairs, and the kitchen
now opens into the dining and living room, making the spectacular views of the Cook Inlet and the Alaska Range visible from the majority of the ground floor.”
To continue with the open concept floor plan, the old entryway and stairs were fully replaced, giving off the feel of a much larger space. “We designed an open riser glulam staircase, which helps maintain line of sight throughout the entire space,” says Maximillian.
Heading upstairs, they were surprised to find black mold above the original shower and extending throughout the ceiling. “That held up the process for a bit,” says Gary. “Because of the mold, the decision was made to remodel all of the upstairs as well.”
Now, their serene master bath features a custom tiled glass shower, stand alone bathtub, floating bathroom cabinets and glass sinks that lend to the spa-like feel. For
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