“Warm, modern and family,” is how Lauren Zerbey describes her 1910 home in Whittier Heights, Seattle. A lot has changed since she and her husband, Kyle, both architects, bought and began remodeling the house nine years ago.
After strategically upgrading systems and reconfiguring the first floor of the home in the first six years — doing most of the labor themselves — the couple began designing another round of changes after starting both a family and their architecture firm, Studio Zerbey Architects.
Downsizing to a smaller home has its advantages, but storage space is not typically one of them. Imagine being able to double, even triple, your current storage space without adding on to your home’s square footage.
It’s not only possible, it’s pretty simple. No matter what the size of your home, the secret to finding a home for everything is to rethink your space.