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Hamilton View Contracting


Redesigned Main Floor

This home had solid bones, but the layout lacked functionality and the style of the house lacked character. Removing the roof, main floor walls and adding on a garage and extra living space, this home was re-designed to create main floor living, all while maximizing the natural light and weaving in a mid-century design.


Beams and wood ceiling run both inside and outside the home to create a sense of continuity with the outdoor living space. High performance European style tilt and turn windows frame the exterior views while adding year-round comfort. 


The kitchen boasts an impressive amount of storage, including multiple built-in pantries and display cabinets. Playful tile choices pay homage to the mid-century design.

Kitchen Renovation

With a large extended family and a passion for entertaining, these homeowners wanted to create a kitchen and dining space that could comfortably host their dinner gatherings. 


This 1970s kitchen was also lacking storage and functionality. The kitchen was reconfigured to create a built-in entry way closet, cleaning supply closet and double pantry. Extra counter space was added by creating a 9’ island, offering double sided storage and plenty of seating space

Mid Century Rebuild

A new floor plan design was created to allow for main-floor living by adding a 550 square foot addition to allow for a mud room, laundry room and master retreat all on the main level. The outdoor entry courtyard was also transformed into a covered outdoor entertaining space. 


To improve the efficiency of the home and create an airtight envelope, this renovation was approached from a house-as-system philosophy: exterior walls were re-insulated, high-performance windows were installed , ventilation and exhaust upgraded and a new hydronic radiant heating system was added. 


Walls were removed and integral structural beams added to allow for open concept kitchen and dining room. To achieve indoor/outdoor living and continuity of flow, a structural beam, tongue and groove fir ceiling and concrete floors run from the entry courtyard through the house to the back patio. The outdoor is brought inside through the expansive custom windows that are mirrored on either side of the dining room.

Living Space Redesign

This home has been revitalized with a fresh, modern interior and sleek exterior.


An inviting new entry into the home has built-in storage for the entire family and new windows allow plenty of natural light to brighten up the space, highlighting the updated features. The kitchen and living room now boast an open floor plan, complete with new finishes, appliances, and fixtures. 


The exterior of the home has also received a facelift with a new standing seam metal roof, new stucco, and updated landscaping. A patio was added to the back of the home to increase living space and features an outdoor kitchen, seating area with privacy screening, and gazebo over the hot tub. 


The result is a stunning blend of traditional and contemporary styles, creating a comfortable and inviting living space.

Primary Retreat Renovation

The primary retreat was the final space to be updated in this former show home; the space lacked the modern flare and functionality seen throughout the rest of the home.


Introducing features such as a steam shower, smart toilet and backlit sandblasted mirrors, the updated space creates a luxurious spa-like environment. In the sleeping area, a backlit black “stretch ceiling” reflects the natural light and lake view, while a concrete clad fireplace creates a sense of warmth and intimacy. A custom designed oak bed with floating night tables and wood slat headboard is the main feature of the space. As an added feature, the custom bed frame conceals a television that folds away out of sight when not in use. 


Using natural elements including wood, concrete and glass, the clean lines of the updated primary retreat create a sense of cohesiveness with the remainder of the home.

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