Conard Romano ArchitectsTraditional Bedroom, Seattle
This waterfront residence in Seattle’s Laurelhurst neighborhood was transformed through renovations and additions to create an elegant and inviting family home. An ungainly carport and entry sequence were replaced with an addition featuring a recessed entry porch, home office, and second floor bedroom with a bay window. The interior was completely renovated with details and finishes in keeping with both contemporary life and the building’s early 20th century origins.
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