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Laurel Tudor

Nestled in the Laurelhurst neighborhood of Seattle, our client came to us with the directive to give this classic 1930s cottage a fresh and modern feel while still maintaining it’s old world charm.  All interiors were painted with a fresh coat of white paint and paired with black painted windows.  The floors were refinished to a lighter natural oak.

Architectural changes include a kitchen remodel with classic shaker style cabinets reconfigured to allow for a big island, open shelving and a newly designed hood. New countertops are a classic charcoal gray soapstone and backsplash.  The soapstone is then repeated in the new living room fireplace surround.  Furnishings are a mix of vintage finds and more classic European styles and silhouettes, paired with modern light fixtures throughout.

Photos by Aaron Leitz

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