Furness family kitchen remodel by J & M Remodel, Seattle WA

Ian Furness of KJR Sports Radio 950 AM contacted J & M Remodel about a kitchen remodel project for his family’s home. Not only is Ian widely known for his highly-rated radio show, but also as the popular correspondent for the Seattle Seahawks, including interviews with players for Q13 Fox News in Seattle.

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J & M Remodel Earned This Customer’s Repeat Business Based on Trust and Experience J & M Remodel worked with the owners of their Newcastle home on two home remodel projects previously. Recently, our customers contacted J & M Remodel when they were ready to tackle their kitchen remodel. An additional requirement: work carefully to…

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Kitchen Remodel Projects in Seattle WA by J and M Remodel-2

J & M Remodel recently completed a kitchen renovation in the Belvidere neighborhood of West Seattle. Our customer decided that it was time to update the kitchen into a beautiful place their family would enjoy spending time in, complimented by a stunning Puget Sound view from the kitchen window. The footprint of the kitchen remained…

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Burien Kitchen Remodel with Stunning Statement Tile

The glass tile that you’ll see in the after pictures of this kitchen remodel project is truly a show stopper. The kitchen features quartz countertops with blue specks that are brought out by the tile accent wall. The pendant lights continue the blue theme as well. The open wood shelving also features matching blue ground-up glass filler.

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Kitchens by J & M Remodel, Seattle, WA

The owners of this Capitol Hill home love to cook; in particular, they love to bake. They needed a complete kitchen renovation that would offer an open concept with exceptional functionality. Using the tile up the wall offered a great look and easy cleanup option. Top of the line appliances and a butcher-block island completed…

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Kitchens by J & M Remodel, Seattle, WA

When we first saw this kitchen, it was unchanged from its original construction in 1986, with oak cabinets and a dividing wall that closed the kitchen off from the attached bonus room. Because this home already had both a formal dining room and a family room, the bonus room was essentially wasted space. We ended…

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