When Kaitlyn and Jason Tamulonis bought their 1904 Craftsman on Queen Anne, “Some rooms were super-cramped, some extra-big,” says Jason. “Between the tiny areas and the massive ones, we wanted balance.” Balance achieved, thanks to a major whole-home remodel helmed by architect Jeff Pelletier, of Board & Vellum, and Woodmark Homes. (Steve Ringman/The Seattle Times)
When Kaitlyn and Jason Tamulonis bought their 1904 Craftsman on Queen Anne, "Some rooms were super-cramped, some extra-big," says Jason. "Between the tiny areas and the massive ones, we wanted balance." Balance achieved, thanks to a major whole-home remodel helmed by architect Jeff Pelletier, of Board & Vellum, and Woodmark Homes. (Steve Ringman/The Seattle Times)
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A Queen Anne Craftsman gets a major remodel

First-time homeowners took advantage of the solid bones of their 1904 house and added longevity, function and beauty.  VIEW