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project:    Penthouse Pied-à-terre Seattle High Rise Residence
LOCATION:    SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
PROJECT SCOPE:    Micro-Renovation & Furnishings
COLLABORATORS:    JOHN GRANEN    PHOTOGRAPHER
project:
Penthouse Pied-à-terre Seattle High Rise Residence
LOCATION:
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
PROJECT SCOPE:
New Construction & Furnishings
COLLABORATORS:
JOHN GRANEN    PHOTOGRAPHER
Home is where the heart is, and when these Pulp clients had to leave their Seattle home for their careers, they knew they still needed a small place in their favorite city to come back to. So they purchased a high-rise penthouse, with views of the Puget Sound, downtown Seattle, and the Seattle Art Museum.


Pulp is known for its unique design ideas, so there are artful and unexpected moments throughout the space, giving the penthouse the feeling of a Parisian gallery.

 
While the views were spectacular, the interiors were dated and didn’t fit our clients’ personalities. For their pied-à-terre, they wanted the look of a chic Parisian getaway, but on the Pacific Coast. Although it is a second home, the Pulp team wanted it to feel special and bring a jewelbox quality to it.


A bright red pocket door adds a pop of color and opens to reveal the principal bedroom.


A bright red pocket door adds a pop of color and opens to reveal the principal bedroom.

 
 
 
 


The study, located beyond the living room and kitchen, plays double duty. It houses the clients’ books as a library by day, and a sleeper-sofa transforms it into a guest room as needed at night.


The study, located beyond the living room and kitchen, plays double duty. It houses the clients’ books as a library by day, and a sleeper-sofa transforms it into a guest room as needed at night.