BENJAMIN BENSCHNEIDER / THE SEATTLE TIMES
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Above Lake Washington, a Seattle house opens up to drink in the views
The oversized Quantum doors have no fixed end so they can slide either way, making for a seamless transition between indoors and out. Interior designer Elizabeth Stretch chose a neutral palette of rugs and furnishings to keep the focus on the view. Interior floors are oak, the terrace is Texas limestone, and the dining table was made by Urban Hardwoods from an American chestnut felled on the property during construction.