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
Ideabooks1,113
Questions4
“Brass Light Gallery, Carlton Stem Mount w/ Bordeaux Shade http://www.brasslight.com/Carlton-Stem-Mou” — betseeee4
Queen Anne Residence 02
Ideabooks1,819
Questions5
“Knobs and pulls” — rlhackbarth
Queen Anne Residence 03
Ideabooks7,334
Questions8
“Built in table” — terrytatko
Queen Anne Residence 04
Ideabooks4,363
Questions5
“Cornar” — 9825466693
Queen Anne Residence 05
Ideabooks9,214
Questions11
“Dining room” — redheadgonewild33
Queen Anne Residence 06
Ideabooks10,241
Questions11
“磁砖” — truly_liu
Queen Anne Residence 07
Ideabooks14,752
Questions17
“Master bath” — lauraw63
Queen Anne Residence 08
Ideabooks50
Questions2
“natural wicker” — passwor
Queen Anne Residence 09
Ideabooks7,259
Questions11
“niche on left side of fireplace too?” — agemiller
Queen Anne Residence 10
Ideabooks41,762
Questions25
“built ins plus mantel for wolfram” — kimpeterson71
Queen Anne Residence 11
Ideabooks116
Questions0
“Glass Baby candle holders. Pretty colors.” — millerbecky18
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™