Homeowners Nancy and Paul Orlowski wanted to update this 1978 contemporary. They wanted to emphasize the kitchen as the center of the house and open up the living area to invite more flow. The cabinets were created by Smith and Vallee, as well as the fireplace surround of reclaimed steel. The construction was by Chuckanut Builders. natural textures like wood and stone complement the white walls and countertops, giving the house modern lines that still retain a lasting, classic sensibility.The final product is that of light and angle, curve and shimmer.
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