A Contractor, An Interior Designer and a Bungalow!

A love story…a contractor, an interior designer…and a bungalow!  See the details on Houzz!
Contractor Damian Konasiewicz bought a modest 1937 two-story house in northern Seattle for a turnaround sale. But when he met interior designer Rebecca West, progress on the house slowed as the relationship sped up, and before the couple knew it, the humble flip had become a shared project. And as happy love story endings go, the redesigned house also became their wedding site and much-loved home.
My Houzz: A 1930s Seattle Bungalow Goes from Flip to Forever Home
Photo by Kimberley Bryan 
My Houzz: A 1930s Seattle Bungalow Goes from Flip to Forever Home

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My Houzz: A 1930s Seattle Bungalow Goes from Flip to Forever Home
By Kimberley Bryan Seattle
A Flip Becomes a Forever Home
A Flip Becomes a Forever Home
Photo by Kimberley Bryan
My Houzz: A 1930s Seattle Bungalow Goes from Flip to Forever Home
A Flip Becomes a Forever Home
Photo by Kimberley Bryan 
My Houzz: A 1930s Seattle Bungalow Goes from Flip to Forever Home
My Houzz: A 1930s Seattle Bungalow Goes from Flip to Forever Home
Photo by Kimberley Bryan
A Flip Becomes a Forever Home
My Houzz: A 1930s Seattle Bungalow Goes from Flip to Forever Home
Photo by Kimberley Bryan 
My Houzz: A 1930s Seattle Bungalow Goes from Flip to Forever Home
A Flip Becomes a Forever Home
Photo by Kimberley Bryan 
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