1918 craftsman bungalow after remodel breakfast nook
Photo: Alex Hayden
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A Place to Start

Earlier, during stage one of what would become a three-stage redo, J.A.S. had not only renovated the kitchen and upstairs bath but also reinforced the framing and added support posts for a new second floor, along with hidden computer wires and cables, in hopes of returning one day to finish the job.

So when the house changed hands, "the core framework was already there, and that added momentum to the project," Anders says.

Shown: The light-filled breakfast nook has a built-in bench and a small footprint.
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