A light-filled Snohomish master bathroom is getting a long-awaited rework! Its dated corner bathtub sits unused, the cramped master closet offers little inspiration when getting dressed in the morning, and the shower needs a new lease on life.
Design approach: Revamp the layout to work for the clients’ lifestyle, trading an unused bathtub for a spacious shower and larger walk in closet. Emphasis on light, texture, and nature-inspired elements to reflect the park-like surroundings.
Coming Fall 2019
Lake Loma Country House
Tucked into 15 gorgeous wooded acres, our clients are building a beautiful new construction home for their young family. With interior architecture and design by SAID, the interiors will be fitted with bespoke details and unique finishes.
Design approach: Comfortable, family-friendly design details that welcome and delight. Textural finishes like menswear-inspired wallcovering, antique mirror, and plenty of architectural details that feel both timeless and fresh.
Coming Summer 2020
Ballard Master Suite Attic Conversion
The owners of a classic 1918 bungalow in the Seattle neighborhood of Ballard are reclaiming their unused attic space to create a light-filled, welcoming master suite. Angled roof lines and a small footprint require creative storage solutions and a serene palette.
Design approach: Marry the clients’ minimalist style with their home’s 100-year history by combining hewn oak floors, matte black hardware, and pared-down William Morris prints.
Coming Fall 2019
Seward Park Craftsman Rebuild
A busy family is taking on a massive rebuild of their 1904 Craftsman home, located in Seattle’s historic Seward Park neighborhood. Everything from the interior layout to the plumbing fixtures has been redesigned to fit our clients’ needs, both present and future. Working in partnership with the talented team at Martine Construction Northwest, all three levels of the home will be getting major structural reinforcements, updated plumbing, HVAC, and electrical systems, and (of course!) a brand-new interior.
Design approach: Create a family-friendly interior that pays homage to the home’s historic roots and holds up to everyday use. Dark woods, crisp walls, and black accents will create a calm and timeless backdrop for this family’s dynamic lifestyle.