The same day the new owner got the keys to his 1923 Laurelhurst bungalow, he was walking through the house with his architect, discussing how they would add on to the second floor and create a master suite. The house was a clean, blank slate, in immaculate condition, but the owner knew he needed to furnish it, and that its modest size needed to be amplified – without antagonizing the neighbors. Before too long, architect Michael H...

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