Marvel at this Craftsman's dining room and its perfect blend of old and new

A bit of restoration goes a long way. Originally built in 1902, this elegant Craftsman home in Seattle, Washington, seamlessly blends its classic conventions with newer adornments.
The house's sales listing celebrates the attention to detail that went into preserving this incredible home, and you'll soon see that the praises are much deserving.
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Come along; we'll show you.
This gorgeous dwelling has been fully enhanced by its fresh coat of paint and refurbished roof. The exterior is a combination of wood and brick, and the front porch steps are made with traditional granite.
With a finished area measuring just under 2,000 square feet (185.8 square meters), this spacious abode has a cobbled backyard area that invites all its guests to enjoy the outdoors. A small fence also gives you the added benefit of privacy.
Make your way back to the front entrance to get your first look at this Craftsman's classic windows and polished wooden finish.
The three-bedroom home's interior floors are made of fir wood. To our left is the living room, on the right are the stairs and straight behind us is a corridor that leads to the kitchen.
Let's enter the living room first. As you can see, this area welcomes guests with a modern sofa set and classic lighting fixtures.
The hallway appeals to rustic motifs with its fireplace and antique furnishings.
And the contrast between old and new prevails throughout this Craftsman. A quick stop at the dining area will show you this; if you pay close attention, you'll notice a modern lamp in the corner and a traditional chandelier overhead. Interestingly enough, they complement one another perfectly.
The stylish kitchen is complete with stainless steel appliances.
Upstairs, you'll find the three bedrooms. This one is currently being used as a home office, but you could convert it into another sleeping space if you wish.
Isn't the master bedroom absolutely stunning? Wooden blinds blend nicely with the earthy tones of this room's interiors.
Another comfortable bedroom, with soothing yellow-colored walls brightening up the inside.
A luxurious abode like this is not complete without its two bathrooms.
According to the listing, the bathrooms were updated just recently.
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A washer and dryer in this spa-like sanctuary is a nice touch, too.
Craftsman homes need to be preserved and cared for. This charming dwelling proves that a love for all things old and new will turn any classic house into an exquisite home.
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