Montlake House by Bosworth Hoedemaker
There are only a handful of photos of this remodeled 1926 Seattle bungalow on the architect’s website, but several things immediately caught our attention…
The open, airy living and dining room. The raised ceiling, skylights, and French doors. The art.
And these shelves placed above the doors. O.K., so large, heavy pieces like the ones displayed here probably don’t make much sense in earthquake country, but we’re still intrigued by the great use of space.
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