Tulip Residence

Residing in one of Seattle’s oldest neighborhoods, the Tulip Residence is a classic early 20th-century home. A graceful sidewalk experience now better acknowledges the existing architecture. The hardscape mirrors the tiering of the residence and extends its layered reach to the sidewalk, while the softscape — limited to a palette of white and green — creates a memorable engagement for passersby.


Tulips bloom and unfurl in bursts of Seattle sunlight.


Plantings of White Triumphator tulips, choisya, and Japanese Snowbell can be viewed from the home’s expansive covered front porch.


Classic white fencing at the sidewalk edge links the eye to pre-existing balcony rails.

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