This is an apartment that’s almost overwhelmingly beautiful. Located in downtown Seattle, it’s been recently redesigned by studio Hoedemaker Pfeiffer. It was a drastic transformation which gave the apartment a completely new identity. it went from a dated space with a cramped layout and almost no natural light or views to a very welcoming open-plan bachelor pad with gorgeously framed views of the coast and the city skyline. The new interior design is eclectic, mixing in modern, contemporary, rustic, vintage and mid-century elements in a very organic way. The result is a juxtaposition of styles and influences which somehow feels very natural.
The apartment has a strong masculine vibe while also being very warm and welcoming. It’s an urban retreat with lots of character and a fresh vibe. The spaces are defined by textural diversity and flexibility ensured by the open plan design. Wood, stone, leather and various types of fabrics are seamlessly blended together creating an inviting and cozy ambiance and giving the apartment a lived-in feel. With all that going on, the view still manage to remain the main focal point throughout the apartment.