I’m inspired by clean lines and natural materials so when I stumbled upon this home (here) it was love at first sight. Seriously, I haven’t been able to get it out of my head since.
Obviously, I had to see more.
A little digging and I was able to learn the home was originally built in 1957 by Seattle–based architect Hawley Adelbert Dudley, as his personal residence.
Mowery Marsh Architects was hired by the current owners to give this old home new life.
And just look at it…no stone (or maybe in this case, wall) was left unturned.
The polished concrete, the wood ceiling, the beams, and the white walls, work together to give this home a clean and modern aesthetic. And I love all of the natural light and those black-framed windows. The kitchen – so open and gorgeous – I could easily cook up a meal or two in there.
Through the use of materials such as wood, leather and fur, Kaylen Flugel Design, created spaces that are warm and inviting.
Could you imagine coming home to this house everyday? I know I could!