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Noble Johnson Architects
Powder Room below stair
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Design by Isabel Schultz / Styling by Kimberly Swedelius
Tammara Stroud Design
his timeless home was built in 1909 in Seattle’s Capitol Hill historic district. The house features gorgeous architectural details from the turn of the century including sculpted moldings, custom wood cutouts, and hand-made tiles. The kitchen was previously remodeled in a style that departed from the home’s historic period. Each room was thoughtfully curated to ensure aesthetic beauty inspired by the home’s original style. We renovated the kitchen, powder room, and restored the butler’s pantry with period details. Generous casement windows were added in the kitchen that flood the room with sunlight. The kitchen design needed to be functional for a family of eight, so we paid great attention to appliance placement, storage, and flow. The furniture and light fixtures selected throughout the home are simple and elegant, allowing the detailed architectural features to shine.
Housing First Minnesota
Builder: Great Neighborhood Homes Artisan Home Tour 2016
Ensuite bathroom with freestanding tub, medium-light wood cabinetry with black matte hardware and appliances, white counter tops, black matte metal twin mirrors and twin pendants.