Hoedemaker Pfeiffer is responsible for the renovation of this Boston Terrace style home with a 30’s California canyon vibe, located in Seattle, Washington. Although the owner loved their home, they wished to transform the interior living areas for more connectivity and comfort throughout.
The designer’s took the opportunity to tear down walls and create a more harmonious flow. A variety of living spaces within the dwelling allowed for a diverse palette of textures, materials and forms to furnish the rooms. A collectors environment emerged that mixes 17th century to mid 19th century furnishings and artwork.
Project Team: Interior Design & Art Curation: Hoedemaker Pfeiffer
The ending result is a home that is an eclectic yet completely familiar and inviting place to call home. Step inside to see what we are talking about…
What We Love: This home with a California canyon vibe has been beautifully renovated to reflect warm and inviting living spaces. With the demolition of walls, this dwelling now offers a more fluid layout and an abundance of natural light. A fantastic palette of materials mixed with exquisite artwork and furnishings has created an eclectic aesthetic with a decidedly masculine feel.
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Photos: Andrew Giammarco