I don’t even know what to say about this crazy cool nest. It is in the heart of the hippest part of Capitol Hill for sure. There are no bedrooms, just 3 niches for mattresses and maybe a touch of furniture. It’s spacious and interesting. Moving our furniture in and out was pretty funny. One of us would climb halfway up a ladder and someone would be at the top and someone would be at the bottom. We would hand pieces of furniture, art & accessories in a chain. It is top of our list of unusual staging jobs.
Just finished this gem of a townhouse in one of Seattle's uber hip neighborhoods: Fremont. This is the perfect Car2Go area as everything and I mean everything is in walking distance. Plus with the Lime bikes all over the area who needs a car?! The garage is just icing on the cake.
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It's always fun to stage in Madison Park. We have staged in this building several times so what a surprise to see the newly remodeled shared spaces. Fresh and hip. Typical fashion for us is to race out of our staging on to another job. Instead we took time to take photos in the lobby of the building.
The framed art is the 1962 phonebook cover. Brilliant!
I love that the designer planned ahead for Christmas and purchased decorations inline with the design.
Now on to the sweet condo. We have had snow threats so the skies are dark.
Listing by Jason Viydo for Windermere and Staging by Open House LLC.