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Replication in Renovation

While many original features of this 1960s Spokane home were kept during the renovation, one unique aspect was not only restored, but replicated in another area. “In this home, the wood wall—the Brazilian mahogany— was done so well, and we wanted to retain that, work around it and enhance it. That’s what we duplicated in the bathroom,” says Stephanie Sarro, owner of Sarro Design and project manager for the renovation. A smaller version of the dining area’s impressive accent wall was recreated in the newly refurbished bathroom, using a scale drawing by Stephanie and custom woodwork by Wagon Trail Woodworking.

THE ORIGINAL BRAZILIAN MAHOGANY WALL WAS FRESHENED UP WITH OIL, AND THE INTRICATE DESIGN WAS DUPLICATED IN THE BATHROOM. ABOVE THE MAHOGANY WALL, THE BUILT-IN CLOCK IS ORIGINAL TO THE HOME.
Photography by Kayleen Michelle
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