An 8-foot-tall neon bowling-alley sign is the hallmark of this home in the Enatai neighborhood of Bellevue, Wash. Hilary Young of Hilary Young Design Associates worked with the homeowner’s collection of artwork to inject color, fun and new life into his 3,500-square-foot home, including “Cinco,” by Seattle sculptor Troy Pillow, at the entryway.
An 8-foot-tall neon bowling-alley sign is the hallmark of this home in the Enatai neighborhood of Bellevue, Wash. Hilary Young of Hilary Young Design Associates worked with the homeowner’s collection of artwork to inject color, fun and new life into his 3,500-square-foot home, including “Cinco,” by Seattle sculptor Troy Pillow, at the entryway. Benjamin Benschneider TNS
An 8-foot-tall neon bowling-alley sign is the hallmark of this home in the Enatai neighborhood of Bellevue, Wash. Hilary Young of Hilary Young Design Associates worked with the homeowner’s collection of artwork to inject color, fun and new life into his 3,500-square-foot home, including “Cinco,” by Seattle sculptor Troy Pillow, at the entryway. Benjamin Benschneider TNS

Seattle area home has whimsy to spare

October 14, 2016 05:30 PM

UPDATED October 14, 2016 05:30 PM

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