In the Leschi neighborhood of Seattle, designer Kenna Stout of Brio Interior Design updated a Four Square-style house originally built in 1916. Four Square homes were innovated in reaction to the excesses of Revival architecture, as turn-of-the-century builders returned to understated exteriors, and Kenna brings this American sense of simplicity to the renovated property. Within the home, shapes are classic and lines are clean, while rich colors and engaging wall patterns bring unexpected glamour to the overall design. Explore the home here.
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