Capitol Hill


1900’s Remodel

The homeowner had specific plans for her addition. As an avid baker her kitchen was a work space and every detail was perfectly mapped out. While functionality was a must, aesthetics were just as important. Sand blasted glass panels encapsulated her full height pantries and a dog tunnel was hidden in the cabinets providing access to the dog door. In the bathroom a hand carved wooden Japanese soaking tub was placed beside a sliding glass panel which gave view to the back yard.


Robert Edson Swain