Houzz Tour: A Fresh Pacific Northwest Take on Midcentury Modern

"The renovation was all about transparency and long sight lines through the space to the spectacular views beyond. Creating a sense of continuity was paramount. All the floors are tiled in 30-inch by 6-inch Italian porcelain planks that resemble wood. The flooring is unbroken through all of the rooms and hallways, has no thresholds and is heated from underneath. It even continues up this high media wall, warming up the space. They painted the vaulted ceiling white to lighten things up and cover inconsistencies left behind by old walls, since removed. In keeping with the home’s proportions, Johnson designed windows that are 10 feet high, as opposed to their previous standard sliding door height of about 6 feet, 8 inches — all the more chances to see the eagles, whales and deer beyond the glass. ""

http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/31756987/list/houzz-tour-a-fresh-pacific-northwest-take-on-midcentury-modern


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