Hello dears! I'd like to introduce you to Susan Marinello's work. She used to be a fashion model (isn't she gorgeous?) but now she's an award-winning interior designer in her hometown near Seattle. This is her 1940s house on Mercer Island. So elegant, bright and neat. A cool gray-and-white color scheme soothes, while warm gold, chocolate brown, and mossy green accents add warmth. Come and take the tour!




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The wood-burning fireplace was updated with a new surround made from concrete finished to resemble stone.

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Open plan for the kitchen, dining room and seating area.

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A large vintage photo of New York City printed on linen hangs in a hall just outside the dining room. French doors on the opposite wall open to a terrace.

Architects: Lyle and Meredith Grant

Photographs by John Granen

All images and information from Traditional Home.

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