This new construction home on Sand Lake was one of a kind.
70s Cedar House
Cedar walls, cedar ceilings, and the biggest cantilever you've ever seen. This house was a blast from the past and with the help of Blue Sky Studios and owners, Thomas and Betsy Neely, it became a contemporary Alaskan oasis.
We kept the cedar charm in the ceiling, but removed the paneling from the walls replacing it with smooth white walls. New red oak wood flooring, refurbished cabinets (we painted them white and had new cabinet doors made), and a new master bath dressed up this gorgeous home. For the master bath, the owners chose a dramatic, modern print to customize the space.
Thomas and Betsy have become good friends of ours and this open, inviting space is the perfect place to sit and take in the Alaskan views.
We took this 1940s Turnagain ranch, nicknamed "the Cave", and gave it a facelift. We got rid of an old brick chimey, opened up the space to let more light in, and finished it with cherry cabinets, quartz countertops, a cherry built-in-breakfast nook and a chalkboard for the kids.