Coast to Coast 

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Inspired by the Cape Cod cottages of New England, this 1940s Pacific Northwest home blends both shores.

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Considering the age of the home, traditional details such as trim and cabinetry were kept to blend into the existing architecture. Salvaged casework such as the curio cabinet provided the homeowners with a story, and personal details such as the laundry door decal added additional character to the space.

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Demoing walls to create a more open concept floor plan, light filters through each space, thanks to the new windows. In the kitchen, wall to wall windows give stunning views of the water, which a vaulted ceiling makes the medium sized kitchen feel extra grand.

To create the coastal cottage feel, shiplap siding, neutral and natural fabrics, and blue tones brought the sea to the shore in this traditional house. It's a perfect blend of coast to coast and new and old design.

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Photography @ Tina Witherspoon

Completed at Board & Vellum as a part of the Interior Design Team