Queen Anne Residence

This home, perched atop Queen Anne hill in Seattle, was originally constructed in 1940 and later remodeled in 1980. The owners desired an updated home that reflected and responded to their tastes and lifestyle. They wanted to update their home with a classic, timeless aesthetic while retaining a casual feeling. The existing floor plan was comprised of small rooms and constrained spaces that resulted in a disfunctional circulation pattern. With the exception of the formal living room, nearly every room in the home was revamped, with a primary focus on the kitchen, family room and master suite. The result is a home that will meet this growing family's aesthetic and functional needs for years to come.
Queen Anne Residence 01
Ideabooks1,223
Questions6
“lights” — moorevic
Queen Anne Residence 02
Ideabooks2,014
Questions8
“Hardware, stained /painted cabinets” — tracytflood
Queen Anne Residence 03
Ideabooks7,718
Questions8
“Liked blue color” — sowji123
Queen Anne Residence 04
Ideabooks4,547
Questions5
“electrical outlet: Hide them in plain sight. specify an outlet and cover that blends with the surro” — jftl0e
Queen Anne Residence 05
Ideabooks10,145
Questions12
“R” — Dennis Nacionales
Queen Anne Residence 06
Ideabooks11,009
Questions12
“Right direction” — Carissa Rash
Queen Anne Residence 07
Ideabooks15,156
Questions18
“Sconce” — Andrea Gallup
Queen Anne Residence 08
Ideabooks55
Questions2
“white subway tile, tile trim (I would use base and top trim), and creama marble floor” — keala
Queen Anne Residence 09
Ideabooks7,702
Questions12
“fireplace surround” — johayon
Queen Anne Residence 10
Ideabooks45,650
Questions28
“Fireplace and shelving” — wu3318
Queen Anne Residence 11
Ideabooks126
Questions0
“white cabinet with wood floor almost as same as home” — phearne
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