Washington Home, Landscape Transformed Into Japanese Wonderland

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One construction company in Washington is receiving some significant recognition after transforming a waterfront home into a Japanese-style botanical masterpiece.

gI_146638_006_HDRHabitat Construction received an award from the Washington State Builders Association after doing a full-remodel of the home and seven-acre plot.

Originally worth $100,000, the home is now worth $1.75 million and features Japanese-style gardens and architecture.

Those involved were Contractor/Owner Pete Peterson of Habitat Construction, Interior designer Amy Van Dogan of Craving Design, and Shannon Good of Good Home Design.


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