Craftsman, Adirondack-style interior decor, West Seattle, WA
Space Planning, Custom Draperies, Custom Upholstery, Woodwork Refresh, Wall Paint Color Scheme
Our artistic design approach paired well with this client’s unique Craftsman / Adirondack Style. What a fun concept – summer camp, Girl Scouts and retro America!
New window treatments were needed on the main floor, along with wall paint color, a woodwork refresh, upholstery, feedback on lighting and décor, and a new spatial plan for the living room, dining room and foyer of this Craftsman home. We sifted through priorities with all of the appropriate options, and developed a plan of action to reach the design goals, while designating the appropriate budget within this client’s means.
We studied the Farrow and Ball wall paint color collection, and selected Purbeck Stone No. 275 for the foyer, living and dining room walls. The color is timeless and easy to live with for a long time. We discussed a variety of appropriate window treatment options from shutters to draperies, narrowing down drapery fabrics, style and hardware, pinpointing materials to suit this whimsical, personal aesthetic. We procured yardage, hired the sew room, handled complex drapery hardware orders, and scheduled for installation.
For dining room chairs re upholstery, we selected the perfect Pendleton 100% wool blanket, and purchased two twin sizes so the pattern would be to scale, composing each chair seat with its own unique wildlife/nature design. We also explored options for living room furnishings placement and decor, and re upholstered an antique Adirondack chair that we found while antique shopping. Thanks to Seattle Pendleton Store, Morts Cabin, Beth Baker and Sew Like the Wind, Andersen Installations Inc, Best Window Treatments, and Peter Birrell