Suncadia Residence, WashingtonContemporary Living Room, Seattle

Inspiration for a contemporary open concept living room remodel in Seattle with a stone fireplace and a concealed tv —  Houzz
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Susan Prince wrote:Jan 24, 2015
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    Clinkston Architects
    Hi, the project was a great collaboration of architecture and interior design. I really enjoyed working with Barbara Hyde-Evans, and Barbara is best suited to answer your question. Please see the Hyde-Evans Design profile within Houzz
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    Clinkston Architects
    By-the-way, if you came across this project from the feature article (all interior shots), there are additional images of the exterior of the home on my page
Erin wrote:Oct 28, 2017
Ron Drinan wrote:Jan 25, 2015
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    Clinkston Architects
    Please check with Hyde-Evans design, the interior designer.
Ruth Figueroa wrote:Jan 25, 2015
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    Clinkston Architects
    The upper finger holes lift the wood panel to expose the flat screen TV. The lower two finger holes drop the wood panel to expose the gear.
nanniebanannie wrote:Jan 24, 2015
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    Clinkston Architects
    It's a Montana Ledge Stone. It averaged about 1.25" thick (as seen on the horizontal pieces at the bench portion)
raku2day wrote:Jun 30, 2013
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    Clinkston Architects
    The blinds are bamboo, selected by the interior designer.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Room of the Day: A Modern Lodge Embraces Universal DesignDec 16, 2014

The end of the room opposite the dining room has a table for playing games. Hyde Evans used the same chairs so that they can be used at the dining table when needed. To the left of the game table is a special closet for storing the medial equipment their daughter requires. Beyond the natural reed blinds are French doors that lead out to a patio, expanding the living space into the spectacular mountain surroundings. Architecture: David Clinkston, Clinkston ArchitectsInterior design: Barbara Hyde Evans, Hyde Evans DesignBrowse more stories about universal design

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Lisa Bakke added this to Bonus roomApr 9, 2019

hearth seating couch and chairs , warm colors

farmhousedreamin added this to 2019 Kitchen and PantryMar 30, 2019

barn beams.....but here is a mix between barn post and industrial steel look

hsrreno added this to 324W CeilingTreatmentsMar 22, 2019

1st floor: Possible treatment of the steel beam across the ceiling at the atrium (painted gray, wooden posts "holding up" the ends)

javecht added this to Jules bookJul 8, 2018

Stackstone and paint wall in grey to feature do away with seat

trolleyline9 added this to Family Room MANTLE FPFeb 4, 2018

Yes, the flat screen is behind the middle panel which lifts up. The bottom panel drops to expose the gear. As simple as it appears, this type of detail often requires a lot of coordination. In this case, with the fabricator. The system uses counterbalances and pulleys as in old double-hung windows. There is another view of this in one of the other project photos. Sorry there is not a photo with the panels open.

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