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Design Crush : KP Spaces

Alyse Hufford

While hanging with a friend the other day, she was thumbing through Seattle Magazine's September 2014 issue and said, "Oh my gosh Alyse, I thought this was a picture of your living room!  You have to check this out!"  I laughed and said, "Wow, I love this house.  The living room looks like it could be set in Palm Springs.  But this was Seattle. Who decorated this house?" keri petersen 1

Image Courtesy Seattle Magazine

I discovered this beautifully decorated mid-century home is owned by Keri Petersen of KP Spaces.  Keri's home showcases her carefully curated vintage pieces (some revamped by Keri herself), vibrant colors, brass accents, and a gorgeous art gallery, all set against white walls.

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Keri Petersen of KP Spaces, Image Courtesy Seattle Magazine

Many of Keri's finds come from her thrifting trips and Etsy.  I think she does a fabulous job blending the old and new such as how her dining room flows effortlessly into the kitchen. The $20 mint-turquoise dining chairs are the perfect compliment to her original Sears stove.

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Image Courtesy Seattle Magazine

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Image Courtesy Seattle Magazine

And check out how Keri converted the coveted mid-century built in planter into an ice bucket for her favorite liquor and wine bottles.  It's the perfect spot for guests to help themselves to a yummy cocktail.

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I hope to connect with Keri one of these days for some thrift shopping. I think the two of us could cause some damage shopping the thrift and consignment stores around Seattle. And I could really use her advice on how I could revamp an ugly dining table.

You can check out more of Keri's interview and a list of her favorite Ballard shops in the current issue of Seattle Magazine.