Whitewashed Victorian homes have a special appeal, no matter their style, and Hotel Renovation in Layton is no exception. The Whidbey Island Hotel in Layton, Washington is a luxurious retreat that has been made over from the ground up. Originally constructed in the 1880’s, the renovation of the hotel was undertaken by Dan Brunn, the head of the Ziloto design team. The renovation project was completed in 2012, and you can see the results here.
One distinctive feature of the hotel is its use of wood, brick, and steel – materials that are hard to come by in the state of the world, and usually much more desirable for construction. The hotel, which has a circulation area of three flights (air deck is included), has captured the heart of the business and is the place to be if you want to enjoy the coastal (North) view from the comfort of your own hotel room.
A large modern kitchen is located on the first floor, and the second place is the dining area. At the rear of the space is the seating area, from which you can enjoy the views of the different landscapes of the hotel and of the world. The third floor has two bedrooms, and the fourth is the bathroom. From the opening of the hotel, from the pedestrians view, you can see the beautiful vineyards, with a stretch of cedar cedar just outside the glass doors.