Your home, your office, your retail shop, your restaurant…
To what type of space do you want to give that little bit of extra polish?
We are passionate about creating awesome spaces where you love to spend time. Our in-house interior design team is integrated with all our studios. So, whether you need only a quick consult, or whether you need every finish, fixture, material, and product selected, spec’d and placed, we are ready to help you out.
Integrated design not only creates a better project, but also provides the best service for our clients. With interiors in-house, your project is never siloed, nor isolated.
What if I only want a little help?
That’s totally fine: we tailor our services to you. If you love the idea of sourcing all your own tile, go for it! If that sounds like the worst thing you can imagine, we can take it off your plate.
What styles do you do?
While we may try to gently coax you away from something we think is a bad idea, when it comes down to it, this is your project. That being said, we work in both contemporary and traditional styles, so don’t worry about that!
Can you do the purchasing, too?
Sure can! Designers have access to showrooms and product lines that a normal consumer doesn’t. We often have discounts deeper than a normal consumer, as well. We will work with you to determine the best path for your project, whether that means you purchase items, or we do, or a combination of both.
Here are some highlights from our interior design portfolio.
The Urban Sanctuary
This condo in a converted church balances the look of original details with a combination of industrial materials and modern lines for a clean, contemporary feel.
Crow’s Nest Cottage
A tiny, adaptable guest house with a modern, moody, Pacific Northwest vibe. With an interior design theme centering around crows, the cottage is full of “creature comforts.”
Or, a couple of helpful blog posts.
Interior Design vs. Interior Decorating: What’s the Difference?
What is the difference between interior design and interior decorating? For starters, it's more than picking out pillows. There are a lot of misconceptions about these two roles, but it’s important to understand the difference before you hire someone to help you with your space. Here are the details and some common misconceptions.
Selecting Sustainable Materials: Your Go-To Guide
Of course, materials play a large role in interior design, and their impact on the sustainability of a project cannot be ignored. So, how do you select sustainable materials that live up to your requirements? Here is a quick guide for what to look for, including material makeup, material source, manufacturing processes, and third-party certifications.
Considering a project? Or, just curious about something?
Send us your questions about design, architecture, interiors, landscape, third places, LEGO rooms… Anything, really. We’re always eager to meet new people, and we’d love to get to know you, your project, and your goals.