Situated along Lake Washington's shores, this captivating residence features Silk Road Sandstone throughout. While its warmth adds brightness to the often-gray skies, it also perfectly holds the low light of the Northwest. 


The repetition of split faced random ashlar is set upon a finely tuned stone plinth, while elegant hand carved stone columns surround the home and landscape, sometimes covered with clear wood pergolas or supporting the deep eaves.


This home is a perfect example of how one stone can be used to create multiple and varying finishes: at times crafted into a carved bracket, slender columns or a crisply detailed lintel or sill, giving shadow and visual depth where needed.

Project Materials

Project Principals

Architect: Tom Kuniholm Architects

Interior design: Pamela Pearce Design

Silk Road Sandstone
Silk Road Sandstone
Silk Road Sandstone
Silk Road Sandstone
Silk Road Sandstone
Silk Road Sandstone
Silk Road Sandstone
Silk Road Sandstone




As you'd expect in a natural product, stone does vary in colour and texture, even in the same quarry block. That's what makes stone so unique.
We recommend using the images on our website to initially chose the colour, texture and look you prefer, then talk to us to see our current samples. Mockups are also a great option before making your final decision. We strive to provide a product of the highest quality, but please remember it's stone, not paint. The colour and texture of the next layer in the quarry was defined millions of years ago.

106 NW 36th Street

Seattle, WA 98107, USA

+1 206 709 3000

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