Classic Tudor Whole House Renovation
In an effort to maintain the original 1927 Tudor character, the exterior was finished with traditional variegated brick, bluestone terraces, walkways and trim plus a black slate roof.
The owners of this home wanted to keep their home in scale with the community while renovating the whole house and adding 3000 feet below grade.
CASA Architecture / Interior Design
Carl Williams Interiors
The interior is a rich palate of rift sawn oak flooring, dark mahogany windows and doors, trim and cabinetry.
This custom kitchen is a masterpiece in form and function. Rich mahogany cabinetry sets the theme and is complimented by additional mahogany millwork profiles and slab granite countertops. An additional preparation and bar area enhances the kitchen's two-cooks and entertaining capabilities. Built-in bookshelves and storage cabinets flank a comfortable reading niche. With its rich finishes and generous proportions, this kitchen cooks as well as it looks.
Parts of the below grade rooms, like the family room feature generous light well that allow the outside light to pour into the lower level.
The master bath has a flair of modernism with contemporary wall sconces, brushed nickel bath fittings, curved front bath vanity and a Seattle skyline view from the soaking tub.
An elegant palette of two colors cut limestone and rich mahogany cabinetry & trim with a generous walk in shower.