Walls: Wonder Walls

A 1916 Wallingford bungalow now sports space-smart surfaces.

Category: NW Home Articles

 

CAST architecture’s Matt Hutchins next to his funky but functional shoe wall (the bench visible behind him hides a handy laundry chute).
 
Many a footwear fancier has fantasized of having a closet dedicated to just shoes. Wallingford residents Noelle Noble and Scott Randall dreamed one better, they have an entire shoe wall.
 
For the complete story on this home’s wall works, pick up the March issue of Seattle Magazine featuring Northwest Home.
 
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Architect:
Matt Hutchins, CAST architecture, 4216 Sixth Ave. NW, Seattle; 206.256.9886; castarchitecture.com
Cost: $7,523, for the approximately 8-foot-high by 12-foot-long shoe wall and built-in bench/laundry chute.