The interior doors were perhaps one of my biggest dislikes of my home when I moved in. The combination of white, faceted panels with brushed nickel hinges and flourish handles felt generic — detracting from the mid-century aesthetic I’ve been working toward. I knew doors had to go from the moment I
This midcentury home, originally owned by a local illustrator, needed updating, remodeling, and fortifying. Seattle-based SHED Architecture & Design tackled the project, keeping some classic features while updating others, like the front door in a semi-gloss orange.
This mid century modern home was completely restored and updated. Retaining everything that was its character and making it seem like it should have always been like this. With an amazing ocean view a new wood deck and large bi-folding doors create that connection to the outside.