This elegant French neoclassical-style house is a Seattle landmark.
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Built in the 1920s, it was modeled after Marie Antoinette's longtime home. Now it stands on a majestic bluff royally overlooking the Puget Sound. Its dazzling views and classic architecture complement a whimsical interior - formal meets fun in dazzling color. The dining room is a space of unparalleled elegance. The homeowner wanted a unique dining table and found just that in the Duke and Duchess of Windsor's own dining table. An antique French rug not only fit the room perfectly but also matched the plasterwork in the ceiling.
Raspberry-colored walls beckon guests at the top of the stairs. A candy-striped rug and matching yellow footstools at the end of each bed punctuate the color combination. This residence proves that when you put a vibrant spin on the classic and infuse whimsy into the traditional, the results are nothing short of beautiful.
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