Tudor TimeBy Marvin
Luxe Interiors + Design Pacific Northwest told of a 1930s Tudor, renovated to fit the wants and needs of today while preserving the historical significance throughout the original home. It used to be poorly lit and cramped inside, with a formal front door and a kitchen deep in darkest corner of the house. Architects and designers reworked the floor plan, making the kitchen a central point of the home, which connects to the arbor through Marvin scenic doors.
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