whole house PROJECT
Charming Tudor Gets Modern Facelift
On a corner lot, overlooking sprawling Rose City Park, this 1933 Tudor-style two-story was calling out for some big love. A huge (though kinda cool) eat-in banquet made the rest of the kitchen unnecessarily small. Plus the dingy carpet (carpet in a kitchen?!) had to go. Wallpaper was peeling in the home's only full bath. And the second story was under-utilized and needlessly carpeted. With two full size bedrooms and a cute reading nook off the stairs, what was really needed was a second bathroom to make the house more functional. The beautiful Doug Fir floors just needed a good sand and finish.
So the Modern Angle team set out tackle these issues.