The great bones were already there is this charming Tudor home in Broadmoor, a gated residential community in Seattle. Interior designer, Barbara Hyde Evans, and her staff worked with their clients to furnish the living room, dining room and entry in a style that both husband and wife would love. The entry holds a gracious French Empire period chest with a marble top over which hangs a Louis Philippe Mirror. Muted shades of grey-blue paired with a chocolate brown mohair sofa made for a lush and glamorous living room that was still comfy and cozy enough to hang out in every day. The gilded black desk with leather inlay was found at an estate sale. Silver toned drapery, white silk sheers and pale blue-grey walls tie the living room and dining room together. The vintage lamps on the buffet were also a Hyde Evans Design find. The globe at their base lights up as well to give a stunning glow for a dinner party.
This home was featured in The Seattle Times.