A renovated 1940’s home in Seattle

Posted on Tue, 18 Jul 2017 by KiM

When unexpected styles collide. A fabulous home designed by Seattle-based . A 1940’s home where the client’s mother spent her teenage years was purchased from the grandfather’s estate shortly after his passing. The purchase and renovation were a way to reinvent history by making an old home new again for the young family who decided the house carried too many precious memories to be sold to the next highest bidder. Perched atop a generously sized waterfront lot in north Seattle with panoramic views of the Puget Sound, the Olympic Peninsula and Olympic mountain range, the aesthetic of the home is classic meets modern and eclectic. It’s fun, colorful and whimsical. Perfect for a family that dines most days together in a formal dining room around a table that family members have gathered at for decades to celebrate the best things in life.

(Photography by David Papazian & Haris Kenjar)

Cat says:

This is truly beautiful. Those stair risers! Its nice to see an aesthetic that is elegant, yet compatible with our Pacific Northwest earthy sensibilities.

Dana says:

Perfect! I want to move in.

loulou ste-adele says:

I am loving every image of this gorgeous home. We can feel that the owners love their house.

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