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Thy and Tyler’s Home

This 1920s Phinney Ridge Craftsman was lovingly remodeled by its previous owner.

The new homeowners loved the house, but needed more room for their young family. To gain more space, they originally thought about expanding out, but didn’t want to sacrifice their garden. The solution was to take advantage of the unused basement.

Remodel highlights

  • Extensive custom cabinetry throughout
  • A small porch and stairwell addition
  • New second bathroom
  • Additional bedroom
  • Home office
  • Laundry room
  • Wine storage
  • Family room
  • Lowered basement floor to add ceiling height
  • Added heated floors
  • Created deep window ledges and space for built-in cabinets
  • Period millwork and custom windows

Architect: KASA Architecture

Sarah and John’s Loft

An empty loft is now a home and studio in the Union Arts Cooperative.

Cobalt used steel and concrete to achieve the minimalist and “funky” aesthetic the homeowners and architect envisioned.


  • New radiant-heated concrete floors
  • Steel staircase
  • New kitchen and bath
  • Mezzanine with built-in storage

Architect: U-Arc Studio

Cindy’s new bathroom

Cindy's bathroom












By adding a dormer to this bathroom, it allowed a person to stand up in the bathtub!
Private his-and-her sinks eliminates morning bottlenecks. Photos by John Frey.