It’s All in the Details

In all the years we’ve been doing large scale remodels, we’ve found the best design can be expressed in subtle ways. We often work within existing architecture and our challenge is to seamlessly tie the old with the new. Where do we start? The details, of course. We pulled together some of our most refined design moments to celebrate the beauty of every corner, groove and joint. Because at Jeff King & Company, it’s all about the details.

Well proportioned cabinets with intersection of simple materials: painted wood, stainless steel and douglas fir. Design by Aleck Wilson Architects

Wood paneling adds drama to the entry alcove. Design by Robert Frear Architects

 Crafted moment: painted wood meets walnut. Design by  Stephen Verner with Aleck Wilson Architects

Kitchen Walnut Shelving

Floating walnut shelves and undercabinet lighting. Design by Jeff King & Company with Sazen Design

Custom built range hood with custom patina. Design by Stephen Verner with Aleck Wilson Architects

Design, lighting and functionality coming together. Design by Robert Frear Architects

Custom home bar with built-in cutting board, notice the lovely brass bottle retainer. Design by Robert Frear Architects

Light and delicate marble island with waterfall end. By Nilus Designs

Award-winning staircase design by Feldman Architecture

Understair playroom with secret door designed by Feldman Architecture

Existing interior window set into tile. Design by Malcolm Davis Architecture

When materials connect: caesarstone waterfall bench, glass and rift sawn cherry. Design by Jeff King

Salvaged timbers re-used for tub support. By Nilus Designs

 

Intersection of tile, concrete, teak, and glass with view to exterior. Design by building Lab

Custom crafted cabinetry for master bathroom. Design by Feldman Architecture

Juxtaposition of stone, tile, metal and custom milled Port Orford cedar. In collaboration with Modtage Design and Hansell Design

 

Left: Hand cut and hand laid stone mosaic

Right: Powder bath with solid fabricated marble sink and cherry paneling. Design by Malcolm Davis Architecture

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Making intentional use of bronze paneling. Architect: Ohashi Design

Perfectly proportioned windows and doors framing the interior and exterior. Design by Aleck Wilson Architects

Playful sleeping loft with custom window made to replace attic vent. Design by Malcolm Davis Architecture

Wood, steel, stone, copper and glass. Design by Malcolm Davis Architecture

Pass-through illuminated by walkable skylight set into red cedar. Design by Ohashi Design

Alaskan Yellow Cedar Outdoor Stairs 

Blind nailed yellow cedar fence with open slots for plant growth. Design by Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects and Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture

Creative plexiglass installation transforms a simple facade. Design by Nilus Designs

Simple but effective pop of color. Design by Andrew Mann Architecture and Martha Angus Interior Design

At Jeff King & Company, we see fine craftsmanship through to the smallest detail. Find more carefully crafted moments in our portfolio.

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