Craft Room Basement
An Organized Scrapbooking, Crafting and Hobby space
Glen and Debby came to us with a plan to convert their basement into a crafting workspace. Debby’s scrapbooking business had grown to the point that she needed room (and organization) for other people to come and learn from her. We added glass cabinets, task lighting, easy to clean marmoleum floors, expansive new windows, large countertops and a durable desk. Then we remodeled the downstairs bathroom to be bright and inviting, and replaced all of the downstairs doors and trim to match. Previous projects for Glen and Debby: Master Bathroom, Garage Addition, Living room, Fireplace, Entertainment Center, and updating their Clinic.
“The highlight of the job, “Coming in and finding the job done and done right!””
Debby Gerdes, Corvallis
New Tile Hearth over Old Brick
Slate provides a clean modern hearth, surround and and mantle for the fireplace. A new gas stove replaces the drafty wood burning fireplace to provide a comfortable space for her classes.
Custom Wood Railing
Custom wood railing showcases fine woodworking while adding a contemporary finish to the room. We replaced the dated wrought iron railings from the main floor to the basement with beautifully crafted maple newel posts, handrails with cherry wood inlays and and balusters made of amber glass
What our Clients are Saying
“G. Christianson Construction did a wonderful job of remodeling our kitchen and family room in 2011. The Christianson workers and all of the subcontractors did excellent work and were a pleasure to work with. This summer they are adding a new ground floor bedroom suite...”
Paul and Doris deLespinasse, CorvallisSee the project
“We couldn’t be happier with our new kitchen! In addition to making it look stunning, they helped us redesign the layout to transform our kitchen into a space that is much more functional! Thank you!”
Denise & Jeff Limon, CorvallisSee the project
“Christianson's men and women know how to do EVERYTHING better than I do. When they finish a project, IT'S DONE.”
Don Hall, Corvallis