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.

Photo of a traditional bedroom in Seattle. —  Houzz
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Between Naps on the Porch added this to Plantation Shutters: Are They Right for Your Home?30 July 2017

How your shutters are designed will depend on your needs, wants and the style of your windows. This window seat has three windows across the back. Since they are narrow, one large panel was designed for each window, as opposed to two skinny ones. This allows for lots of light and a view outside. Also, they are designed with a divider rail for separate control of the top and bottom louvres.

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Robin Wood added this to Bedrooms4 April 2020

angle the side windows and make it a little shorter

anjcferns added this to Master Bedroom7 October 2019

Plantation shutters at window seat

HU-844158249 added this to webuser_844158249's ideas5 May 2019

They look great in a bay window

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