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Ferndale woman turns home into 12th Man house

Ferndale woman turns home into 12th Man house

Debbie Gwaltney's "12th Man" house. Photo: KPUG/All photos courtesy of Debbie Gwaltney

Debbie Gwaltney loves the Seahawks and she can prove it. Just come by her Ferndale home.

Gwaltney has transformed her home into a 12th Man house in support of her favorite NFL team. Her house needed to be resided, so out came the blue and lime green tones and a 12th Man logo on the garage. It seems fitting since the car is the driveway is also all Seahawks, complete with team logo.

Seahawks car

The inside of the house pays homage to the Seahawks as well. Her “12th Man Cave” has an autographed 12th Man flag, Seahawk photos, lights and a billiards table.

Seahawks cave

Even the bathrooms sport the lime green and blue color scheme, complete with posters and an autographed football.

Seahawks bathroom

Debbie Gwaltney will be a guest in The Zone on Thursday, July 3rd.

(KPUG Newsroom – Doug Lange)

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