Our interior design services.
Commercial, Residential, FF&E
Board & Vellum has a great interior design team that can assist you with the selection of finishes, fixtures, and furniture to tie your space together. Whether it’s a quick consult or full services, we love helping you create a space that you’ll absolutely love.Learn more.
Our interior design portfolio projects.
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.”
Our interior design posts.
Why design a statement bathroom? For one, it’s one of the most frequented spaces in the home. Have one you’re proud of showing off, and you won't mind when friends and family visit it. What does it take to make a bathroom worth showing off? Here are some simple tips for creating a statement bathroom.Read more.
Ask an Architect, Commercial Office, Custom Residential, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Multi-Family Residential, Retail
How do you decide between hourly vs. fixed-fee billing? People really don’t like to talk about money, but you need to talk about it enough to make the right choice about how you would like your project billed. Here is how these two billing methods work, and why you might prefer one over the other.Read more.
Great design takes patience. So, if you want your project to look and function like it was designed really well, you need to invest in design, and that takes time. There are several later phases after the design concept is formed that are crucial to your project’s success. Here’s a quick review of why.Read more.
Communicating with your architect or designer is crucial to the success of your project. How do you prefer to communicate? Great professionals will strike a balance between their communication preferences and yours. Here are ten tips to help you find that balance and ensure you and your design team are on the same page.Read more.
We try to be good about not using too many acronyms at Board & Vellum, but sometimes, we slip up. FF&E is one of those cases that comes up a lot as our interiors studio grows. (Plus, once you know what it stands for, it’s a bit of a tongue twister.) So, what does it mean?Read more.
Remodeling your home, or building a new one, is an exercise in compromise. There will always be more money you can spend and more things that you want. So, getting the most out of your project involves knowing how to compromise wisely. So, where should you splurge on design?Read more.
Our interior design recognition stories.
Our interior design team members.
Jeff Pelletier, AIA, CPHC
Principal | Architect
In 2011, Jeff founded Board & Vellum in his attic and has forged ahead with excitement ever since. Architecture aside, he is a huge advocate for traveling, and takes LEGO really seriously.
Associate | Interior Design
Charles has a passion for interiors, and especially for creating Third Places. When he leaves for the day, you’ll find him ogling classic cars, working on his Mustang, or writing fiction, probably in a Third Place.
Katie Mallory, Allied ASID
Associate | Interior Design
Katie is an interior designer with a passion for putting those finishing touches on residential projects. She loves nature, wearing all black unironically, and is an advocate for gray being an official “color.”
Associate | Interior Design | Feng Shui Consultant
Marissa is championing a B&V effort to ensure we specify sustainably responsible finishes and fixtures wherever possible. She is also a crystal and gem nerd, and a regular contributor to the B&V blog.
Would you like to learn more?
We’re thrilled that you’re interested!
Bringing your project from “idea” to fruition is a little different at Board & Vellum. We give personal care to each of our projects, and you’ll be in the loop every step the way. The bonus: we are an integrated firm, so each project has access to plenty of great knowledge — and that leads to better design.
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.