A Seattle dwelling rework is impressed by midcentury trendy desert residing

This contemporary dwelling in Seattle, Washington has undergone a rework by Hoedemaker Pfeiffer, drawing inspiration from midcentury desert residing. The home-owner wished a “trip within the metropolis”. The scope of this undertaking was to evoke an genuine midcentury Palm Springs vibe on this early 1970’s home with out having to hop on a airplane.

The problem was that the home didn’t have a vibe to start with. The undertaking workforce took a home with 5 small bedrooms and reimagined it to have an expansive proprietor’s suite, a collection with research/lounge house for the teenage daughter, a visitor bed room, and a wonderful dwelling workplace.

DESIGN DETAILS: ARCHITECT Hoedemaker Pfeiffer INTERIOR DESIGN Hoedemaker Pfeiffer GENERAL CONTRACTOR ​McKinney Group​ LANDSCAPE ​Allworth Design​​


The residing/eating/kitchen space was opened as much as enhance circulation. Moreover, the workforce created an open haunt house with a kitchenette on the lower-level walk-out basement for watching films, ping-pong, video games and hanging out with buddies.


Customized cabinetry with mid-century detailing was added all through, together with wooden screens and casework that divide the areas however let gentle circulation via. Above: The chandelier is by Michael Anastassiades. The curvaceous couch is the design of Vladimir Kagan, which boasts clean, sensuous traces with an unparalleled aptitude.


Materially, they added giant format terrazzo tile within the entry and loos, concrete counter tops, smoky mirrors, classic furnishings, ornamental lighting, Heath Tile, full peak draperies in bedrooms, kitchen, residing, eating and workplace. Since there’s not many giant artwork partitions, the proprietor wished to deal with the ornamental lighting as items of artwork.


What We Love: This Seattle dwelling rework captures the serene and minimalistic great thing about the desert indoors. By drawing from the colours, shapes and textures of the surroundings, the rework has achieved the proper mixture of recent comfort and easy magnificence. The result’s a residing house that’s trendy, snug and distinctive — a real reflection of the householders’ ardour for midcentury trendy desert residing. As this undertaking demonstrates, you don’t must dwell within the desert to deliver its essence into your private home.

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Above: The sunshine fixture above the Vladimir Kagan desk is a Sputnik Globe Lamp Glass Chandelier by J.T. Kalmar.


Above: The kitchen options customized cupboards by Northwest Customized Interiors with Caesarstone counter tops and {hardware} from Basic Brass. A lovely backsplash tile is from Heath Ceramics. The island counter stools are by De La Espada. Illuminating the island are pendant lights fromAllied Maker. 


Above: The hallway results in the proprietor’s bed room suite. A white oak display is on the left facet of the hallway, whereas a limestone tile wall by Waterworks is on the opposite (on the opposite facet of the wall is the lounge hearth). The Wohlert mouth-blown glass pendant lights are by Louis Poulsen.


Above: The powder room has a midcentury vibe — paneled in clear cedar with a floating customized cedar self-importance and customized integral wooden pulls (carved and utilized). The backsplash tile is from Pratt & Larson, whereas the countertop is a Caesarstone quartz. The sunshine fixture is from The Future Excellent.


Above: This inviting research/lounge house encompasses a Mah Jong couch by Roche Bobois, a cushty hangout spot for the proprietor’s teenage daughter and her buddies. The espresso desk is by Waka Waka. On the wall, the art work is by native artist Sue Danielson.


Above: This media room eating nook options banquette seated upholstered in a mixture of materials — Perennials, Misia and Maharam. Including a punchy pop of colour are chairs sourced from Blu Dot. The art work by Warren Dykeman provides a playful vibe to this house.