Concrete and Steel Modern Interior Design

This interior is a great example of how modern could be 1930s house inside. The 2200 square feet house is located on exposed site high above the city in Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood. Even though the interior is sleek, muscular and contemporary it’s also Mediterranean-style archways and tile roof. Concrete and steel were added in interior during the house renovation. Coutertops, sinks, tubs, fireplaces and most walls are made of concrete. The walnut was used for floors, cabinets and a large dining table. During renovation many rooms were remade in order to catch more daylight. A two-story concrete wall on the low level features a beautiful water cascade which flows into a pool. [Schuchart/Dow]

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