2022 Chrysalis Awards: Whole House Remodel $400,000-$700,000

by bill@solabrands.com

National Award

Model Remodel                                             
Seattle, Wash. 

Model Remodel was honored to remodel this very special and historic Seattle home, which was built in 1906. They remodeled the entire main and second floors, including the addition of a primary bathroom upstairs. They also repainted and polished the exterior. The goal was to create a design-forward home that accentuated the existing architecture and infused vintage-style charm. The new design features moody colors, bold wallpaper, statement lighting and luxury finishes that truly wow.


Regional Award

MA Peterson Designbuild                              
Edina, Minn. 

Located in the heart of town on a beautiful corner lot, this two-story home was given a new identity with a complete exterior update featuring reworked architectural details, a new front entry overhang and side-entry sitting area, new windows, siding, roofing, garage doors, a shed dormer and a remodeled upper level. This update took full advantage of the creative potential of this home and brought a renewed energy and fresh style to the property.


Regional Award

Teakwood Builders, Inc.                    
Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 

In purchasing and protecting the wooded property next to their main house, the homeowners retained and modernized a tired, single-story residence situated onsite. What seemed like a past-prime house slated for demolition was instead transformed into a sleek, stylish space with an open living plan connected to the outdoors, contemporary custom cabinetry, on-trend fixtures and finishes, and a facelift for curb appeal. A thoughtful combination of interior modifications and artful design details— along with a fresh exterior to echo the interior’s clean and colorful updates—breathed new life into this reclaimed ranch, a unique guest retreat with all the modern comforts.


Regional Award

Alair Homes Hickory                                      
Lenoir, N.C.

After years of loving the rustic charm of their mountain vacation cabin, it was time to improve their home to make it more spacious and functional. This 1950s cabin was in need of aesthetic and building code updates, including an expansion of the kitchen and dining area, adding a laundry room, mudroom, and two new bathrooms. The cabin was thoughtfully designed and renovated to be a functional and cozy vacation home that displayed an open floorplan, plentiful storage space, and curb appeal. The homeowners now have ample space to cook and relax with family and friends in their modernized cabin.


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