The front elevation of the home. The sliding white and wood boxes and the locations of the windows relate to how the house is used.
The entry space, a functional and generous area for a family to transition from city to home.
The daylight is well balanced even in the main floor hallway leading to the kitchen.
A functional kitchen with the cabinetry, appliances, lighting, and windows all working together to create a clean modern look and feel.
Lots of storage and workspace in the kitchen.
At the edge of the kitchen, looking back at the rest of the main floor of the home. The spaces each have their own identity, but flow together.
The family room looking out onto the back deck, with the kitchen behind the camera.
The living room and entry space, looking at the front yard.
A second floor bedroom-bathroom suite.
The master suite with a courtyard deck that feels private and offers views of Greenlake.
The master bath, with the same warm and simple color and material palette that carries through the whole house.
The master shower to the right and the toilet room beyond.
The back of the home creates functional access for the family and a private outdoor space on a standard residential lot in Seattle.