In this kitchen outdated cabinets were replaced with custom cabinets that were installed on the original footprint. High-end appliances, lighting, a ceramic floor and granite countertops were added to give an updated, modern look. The final result is a beautiful, functional and open kitchen that is used by a busy, active family.
 
 
The existing deck, with no access to the back yard, was removed and a much larger deck with stairs/landing was built providing access to the back yard. High-end TREX decking and trim was used to complete the project. The new deck is large enough to hold the homeowners large, extended family and was built to provide durability, low-maintenance and safety.
 
 
The homeowner requested a “funky” potting shed that would blend into the existing landscape and accommodate the sloping backyard. Materials used included old fashioned pine board and batt siding with a metal roof and a ramp for access. The custom door and windows were built on-site by Larry and installed.
 
 
A much larger existing deck was removed and replaced with a smaller, low-maintenance deck. The deck boards and trim used on this project are of a recycled material. 
Custom made window seat and storage unit.  The window seat trim was fabricated to match the existing trim on a 1930’s home. Storage is accessed at three entry points.  Paint grade poplar wood was used as the unit was painted to match the existing trim in the home.
 
 
1930's bungalow front entrance remodel including a new door, sidelights, steps, arts and crafts handrails and trim. All woodwork was custom milled using 50% recycled wood.
Dormer addition utilizing Energy Star® windows and custom gable brackets.
Trellis and handrails custom milled and made from 100% recycled wood.
Trellis and privacy fence custom milled and made from 100% recycled wood. The trim details match the gable on the front of the house.
Contemporary deck built using Brazilian Ipea wood which is sometimes referred to as "ironwood" due to its hardness.
Planters and benches custom milled form Ipea wood. The planters were also lined with copper for protection against moisture.
Walk-out deck from the kitchen with a great view of Blue Mound.
 
Arts and crafts style handrails.

Larry Houghton, Owner
608-219-7944
Larry@WholeHouseSolutionsLLC.com