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Greenlake Ensuite


This 1930 two-story brick Tudor home was used as a rental property by the clients until they became empty nesters and decided to downsize and move back to the city. The existing 2nd story had two bedrooms with a large, shared bathroom with the typical Tudor ceiling/roof lines that made the spaces feel cramped. The […]

Greenwood Ensuite


The second floor of this 1925 Tudor home originally had only enough room for a small sitting-area and a closet. To transform this limited space in to a spacious ensuite, we designed and constructed a dormer addition. By raising the ceiling height and expanding the roofline, the upstairs could then accommodate, along with the existing […]

Queen Anne Kitchen


The kitchen in this 1926 Queen Anne Craftsman, although previously remodeled, felt narrow and dark and did not fit our client’s aesthetic. To transform the space, we opened the kitchen entry way for a more seamless transition into the dining room and on the opposite end, replaced a solid door with one with a window […]

Queen Anne Ensuite


We remodeled two bathrooms in this 1926 Queen Anne Craftsman. The downstairs main bathroom was outdated and dark. To meet our clients desire to modernize it with a twist, we installed a corner, glass door shower, with a beautiful combination of white subway tile and hexagon flooring. This design allowed additional light into the room, […]

Leschi Pavillion


This unique outdoor living project is on a 15,000 square foot lot that has a tennis court. The clients wanted to renovate most of the dated existing outdoor spaces as well as add a pavilion and hot tub area where they could entertain and relax. As the tennis court felt disconnected from the rest of […]

Lower Phinney Kitchen


This house has an interesting past. Originally a neighborhood corner store, it was later converted to a residential home. Prior to its purchase by the current owners, it had been remodeled and expanded many times over the years. Unfortunately, some of the previous upgrades were not done very well and our clients needed to fix […]

Greenwood Kitchen


The kitchen in this 1926 Tudor was on the smaller side – the clients came to us with the challenge to increase its overall size, create additional space for cabinets, countertops, and appliances, while retaining the traditional style and period details of the home. Schulte Design Build’s unique solution to creating this desired additional space […]

Meadowbrook Kitchen


This mid-century kitchen remodel is an example of a project where the overall footprint of the space stayed relatively the same, but a few small design changes and amazing custom cabinets and tile detail created an amazing overall transition. By opening part of the wall between the kitchen and dining room, and installing cabinets accessible […]

Queen Anne Bathroom


Our Queen Anne clients desired an Ensuite for their primary bedroom. To add another bathroom to the second floor of their 1912 classic colonial home, a small closet was repurposed and enlarged to accommodate their new space. When Schulte Design Build was hired, the closet had already been stripped out – and they needed Schulte […]

Greenlake Kitchen


This 1930 two-story brick Tudor home was used as a rental property by the clients until they became empty nesters and decided to downsize and move back to the city. The existing kitchen layout was challenging. There was a small eating nook that was separated by an arched opening at the corner of the space, […]