Andrew’s “home away from home” project began just before Covid. His intention was to walk to work downtown during the week, and retreat to his primary home on the weekends. The idea was for Andrew to be able to move into this upper level, high rise condo with just a suitcase, and to create a beautiful and functional space. This condo features massive panoramic views from the 20th floor, with walls of windows in the living room, dining room, and bedroom. Using the natural light, we began by appointing an accent wall color scheme, transforming a blank, architectural canvas into an interior with definition and character. Covid offered Belltown Design the opportunity to check out our ‘remote-design-chops.’ Using innovative and thorough communications, this one bedroom, two bath, 1,200 square foot condo project was both successful and satisfying. It became a safe haven, indeed! Photography by Julie Mannell Photography
Andrew’s taste for a clean, contemporary and masculine interior transferred into using wood and leather elements to warm up the space. Our design process was largely remote, sending options to this client by email, paired with thorough explanations and recommendations. With this, Andrew was able to make wise decisions within his budget. We fell in love with this saddle leather sofa from Kardiel, as well as the Leathercraft recliner, upholstered in plush, green fabric.