In this Escala Residence the client wanted a spa feel for the master bedroom. We created this with some pale sheers, a four poster bed and beautiful patterned wallpaper as a back drop.
In this Escala downtown Seattle residence, we took an empty unfinished space and turned it into a warm and inviting high-rise suite. With the use of golden tones and gray highlights, we achieved a transition into a sophisticated yet alluring space.
In this Olive 8 Seattle Residence, Blend Interior Design Studio was commissioned to transform a living/dining space and create a solution to house a TV without making it the main focal point of the room. The challenge being that the client is a traditionalist but the space is in a contemporary setting. Blend used textures, art, and lighting to combine elements that worked in this setting.
For the Darling Digs project, our clients wanted a gender-neutral nursery for two expected additions to the family. We started with the citron firefly wallpaper and all the design elements developed from there.
Blend Interior Design Studio was commissioned to transform this home for a newlywed couple to a functional and bright space fit for a family. A new color scheme was selected to brighten the space so that it could withstand the long dark winters of Seattle. Custom blue/ grey window coverings, silver finishes and traditional fun wallpaper in the entry help to complete the look of this classic family home.
In this Escala downtown Seattle residence, we used silver highlights to create a sophisticated, romantic feel. Clean Art Deco lines and classic furnishings help complete this stunning space. A custom bar cabinet and entertainment cabinet by Mallet finish the mood, adding storage and cohesiveness
In an empty space near the kitchen, we had a custom bar and bookshelf built to utilize the space and add extra storage for the client. Through textures, colors and ingenuity of design, we managed to come up with a perfect design solution for our client.
In this Escala downtown Seattle residence, the foyer was the first battle for design. What was an empty foyer, devoid of color, became a rich, dark and mysterious space with accent lighting and built-in seating, complete with storage.