Located on a spacious corner lot in Seattle, this gorgeous Craftsman, revamped by First Lamp Architecture, was built in the same style as the Craftsman homes from the 1920s and 1930s found in its neighborhood. The home itself measures 2,800 square feet (260 sq. m), and it also features sizable porches in both the front and the back.
The craftsmanship of the home is evident from the street, with charming details that include exposed notched rafter tails and a tall brick chimney. Knee braces are situated under the deep roof eaves, and the home is painted a lovely dark gray color with white trim.
The main floor of the home features an open concept design, and this gorgeous kitchen is the central hub. Fir hardwood floors are reminiscent of the 1930s and 1940s, and white cabinets keep the room feeling bright and open. The large island provides plenty of space for eating, cooking and storage.
Located behind the kitchen, the dining room has plenty of Craftsman touches. Paned windows line the room, and convenient built-in cabinets sit below the set of larger windows. Beautiful wainscoting lines the lower half of the walls.
The living room has the same fir floors found in the kitchen and dining room, and it features plenty of built-in storage. A cozy fireplace with an extra-tall mantle is the centerpiece of the room.
Charming built-in shelves provide plenty of storage without making the space look cluttered.
The centrally located staircase feels nice and spacious, and a ledge on the landing adds decorative interest. A combination of painted and unpainted wood make for a beautiful contrast.
A stunning cathedral ceiling is the highlight of the master bedroom. Partially paned windows and soothing neutral paint colors make this the perfect retreat after a long day!
The luxurious master bathroom boasts a large tiled shower and plenty of counter space for getting ready in the morning.
Located off the back patio, this well-organized mudroom has plenty of built-in storage space.
A large patio is tucked behind the home, sheltered from the hustle and bustle of the street. A sloping roof keeps the space feeling protected but open, and the charming contrast between the dark gray paint and the white trim is especially visible in this area.
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