Regardless of season, the Pacific Northwest offers exquisite views of natural beauty and changing seasons. Snow covered mountains in the winter, a patchwork quilt of trees in the fall, glistening waterfronts in the summer, and all the blooming wonders spring brings.
Windows play a crucial role in connecting us with the the rest of the world. They’re the eyes of the home. They bring outdoors in. They add beauty and intrigue to a space.
Casa del Sol
In Casa Del Sol, A Seattle Homes & Lifestyles Home of the Year, our Gelotte Hommas Drivdahl design team did a great deal to welcome the outdoors in. With a modern aesthetic applied to natural materials, the home reflects nature while leaving as much window space possible to welcome in the sunset, sunrise, and beautiful views. The home’s master suite itself is wrapped in glass on three sides to allow unobstructed views of the gorgeous scenery.
Cape Cod Shingle Style
Our Cape Cod Shingle Style likewise prioritizes natural light, offering a stunning skyline to enjoy from the living room and patio. French doors connect outdoor living to indoor living space, perfect for entertaining during the warmer months. The eyebrow window spans the entire length of the west side of the home to make the most of the home’s perch above the Puget Sound.
With such natural splendor available in Washington, it’s only natural that your home should make the most of the view and lighting of nature around you. Capitalize on light with a Western-facing view that allows you take in the splendor of the sunset, or create a panoramic view with expansive floor to ceiling windows on the side of your home with the best view. Enjoy the sunset every evening from the comfort of your living room.