Our small but mighty Ballard cottage. A renovation inspired by traditional Scandinavian design, we remodeled the kitchen and bathrooms and furnished the living spaces with comfortable and durable pieces with a timeless feel.
A waterfront property on Anderson Island. We gutted and renovated the main cabin and turned the adjacent garage into a guest quarters – affectionately dubbed The Snug. The furnishings are a mix of modern + traditional.
A beautiful original Tudor home where we did a gut renovation of the kitchen and furnished the living spaces. HCD stayed true to the character of the old home while modernizing for for the couple’s life today.
Gut renovation + furnishings of a waterview property in Sunset Hill. The design dictate of this project was warm, modern and simple. We achieved continuity throughout with the use of wood tones and built-ins designed by HCD.
The client wanted a whole home refresh without doing a major remodel. We completely redesigned the house with new furnishings, wall coverings, carpet and paint.
Design of a family room that was underutilized. We wanted to create a sense of drama with the trim while bringing a cozy feeling in despite the high ceilings. The room is now the perfect space for family time and social gatherings.
Complete remodel of a previously segmented kitchen in Seattle. We reimagined the floor plan, pushed out an exterior wall and opened up the room to the adjoining dining area. Working with the style of the home we brought in custom cabinetry, marble countertops and that stunning tile.
Design of a master bath and master bedroom seating area along with a kids bathroom *carved out of a closet!* in this Queen Anne residence. The home has beautiful architectural details. The design intentionally played off of those to create a cohesive feel.
Madrona design + remodel. We wanted it to feel a bit formal but comfortable, with mid-century influences and interesting layers of color + texture.
Redesign of a dated kitchen in Seattle. We went bold with the cabinetry color and then added wood accents and soft white tile to soften the look and balance the space.
Gut renovation of a 1910 home in the north end of Tacoma. We started from scratch working hard to maintain the integrity of character we found in this old home. By bringing in vintage pieces and custom furniture we made this space unique and special.
Rework a kitchen + family room to maximize use of space and expand the kitchen. We flipped the layout, redesigned a modern farmhouse kitchen and added a butlers pantry and kitchen nook in this Woodinville home.
Refresh this Phinney Ridge home to make it more reflective of the homeowners. We worked on the living spaces and master bedroom, integrating several pieces that the client wanted to repurpose. Featured in Seattle Magazine || March 2017 + Rue Magazine || February 2017.
This Magnolia residence desperately needed to be personalized for the family who live there. We turned what had previously been a boring, dark space into a light-filled, thoughtfully-designed home. Featured by Domino || January 2017 + Modern Sanctuary || April 2017.
Update of living spaces for a newly married couple on Queen Anne hill in Seattle. The design is reflective of the clients different tastes – modern + traditional. By stripping away the beige paint and bringing in white we created a clean backdrop to bring in all new furnishings that feel layered and fresh.
Redesign + furnishing for a living room, dining room and powder room in Wallingford. The design is colorful and a little bit quirky.
Update kitchen + bathrooms in a newly purchased Mercer Island home. We completely rethought the kitchen floorplan – opened up some walls, added windows and changed the layout to make it highly functional for a family of four.
Furnishings + interior design for a flat in the Cole Valley neighborhood of San Francisco. We brought in pieces to create a modern bohemian look in a small space.