Ready to see parts of a great, eclectic home in a most astounding location? Yeah, you think you’re ready. But nothing can prepare you for this. This house, seen in the New York Times, is located on the 35th floor of Seattle’s Smith Tower. The 35th floor happens to be at the very top of the tower, where the pyramid structure sits. The interior is crazy interesting. It is peppered with gothic arches, it has wonderful exposed beams and a massive amount of overhead room. The very eclectic decor scheme is casual and lively and a perfect fit to contrast (or complement) all the geometry going on. Just imagine what the view must be like!
via Desire to Inspire.
Photography by Stuart Isett