Marlowe Apartments, South Lake Union, Downtown Seattle, WA

Design & Decoration – Furniture, Wall Art, Space Planning

The Living Room

The rental scene in Seattle is altogether swanky! And the South Lake Union neighborhood has a multitude of options, each one with it’s own culture and clientele. Marlowe, in it’s own words, “Rows Against the Current”, with contemporary style and spacious floor plans, now open and leasing. Our client, a transplant from South Carolina, landed a new position at Amazon, and is relocating his family of four to our lively city.

The Dining Room

We had fun joining forces with Renate at Adorn House, one of Belltown Design’s trusted Seattle resources. Taking advantage of these lovely offerings from Sonder Living, Ethnicraft and Theodore Alexander, we procured unique pieces meant for everyday life, and creating a composition that is both functional and stylish.

The Activity Room

This great room layout provides ample space for a variety of activities; room for a home office, Netflix and the news, a sectional for conversation, cooking at the counter and dining at the table. As we say, small is the new large, and our contemporary statement consists of fresh blues, neutrals and tons of natural light to give the feeling of air in the room.

Wall Art & Decor

This two-bedroom, 1,200 square foot apartment, is meant to serve as a one-year crash pad with a flair! Furniture selections were carefully made with the conscious relocation strategy of eventually purchasing an urban condo. It’s been a way of life that Seattle has become known for. In the meantime, comfort is of essence, with forever furnishings to move forward with.

The Kitchen Bar & Nook

We love this clean and crisp interior design, in one of Seattle most energetic neighborhoods, where professionals live-work-play in both an historical and modern environment.

Small Space Comfort

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