In the past, this home in Seattle served as a carriage house – here grooms lived and carriages parked. Not so long ago, the house was converted into a residential one. The designer decided to preserve the spirit of past centuries by choosing deep natural shades and noble materials. The most surprising, in our opinion, is the kitchen. The combination of light olive fronts and beautiful wood texture is complemented by brass fittings and lamps. At the same time, the configuration of the kitchen is quite modern: there is a sink opposite the window, and they did not overload one of the walls with cabinets, making shelves for open storage. In the living room, the same shades of green echo with pink and caramel, and the dining room is decorated with a black dining group and a charming samovar lamp. A beautiful home that could have been relevant at the beginning of the last century – an excellent continuity of generations!
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