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ARTS & DECORATION
hile recently browsing an antique shop in Flat Rock, North Carolina, I picked up an issue of Arts & Decoration magazine, circa March 1927. Charmed by its vintage photographs and retro appeal, I took it home to study its content. What insightful words of design wisdom I discovered in its pages. A few to take note of, and for us design devotees to keep in mind...
On Gardens: “Gardens, like everything else in the world, should be made with imagination as well as knowledge. There must seem leisure in the loveliness—and permanency. In short, beauty of a garden lies in looking lived in, by dreams at least.” On Room Composition: “It is one thing to be able to make up a pretty color scheme and quite a different matter to bring all the diverse elements of a room together in such fashion as to make a beautiful composition. People live in these compositions; move about in them. Therefore, they must of necessity be as sound in their structural composition as a group of sculpture and as lovely in their color choice and arrangement as is the work of the painter upon canvas.” On Architecture: “As American dwellings are built better, more permanently and more beautifully, they will be regarded less as real estate and more as homes, and with that change in attitude, the status of the home as the nucleus of society will approach more closely the older American tradition.”
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fall. Welcome to the fall issue of Luxe Interiors + Design. We’ve had an exciting summer of networking events that have helped us prepare for the upcoming season. After positive feedback in Seattle, we launched our first Battle of the Chefs Portland in July at Standard TV & Appliance in Beaverton. Industry professionals competed in a onehour culinary competition making an appetizer and dessert from two secret ingredients announced just before the event. Local top chefs anchored each team: Cathy Whims of Nostrana and Oven and Shaker; Adam Higgs from Acadia; Alex Parsons of El Gaucho; Scott Dolich from The Bent Brick and Park Kitchen; and Chris Carriker, executive freelance chef. All were amazing and we can’t thank you enough for your contributions and sense of humor. In September, we joined Masins Fine Furnishings & Interior Design to welcome Barbara Barry as she previewed selections of her furniture, fabric, accessory and lighting collections, and signed copies of her book, Around Beauty. And in October, we will host an invitation-only Luxe pumpkin-carving contest at Sizzleworks Cooking School in Bellevue to celebrate the spirit of the season. Looking forward to seeing you out and about in the coming months.
Local industry professionals and top chefs at Luxe’s Battle of the Chefs Portland. See more event images online at facebook.com/luxemagazine.
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1. With a Wood Stone Home oven, you can cook with the same oven favored by world-famous chefs such as Tom Colicchio and Wolfgang Puck. Learn more online. woodstonehome.com 2. Perfect for popcorn or placed on a bathroom vanity or center table, Shelley Buurman designs beautiful serving and decorative trays crafted by local artisans. Custom options available. shelleybuurman.com 3. Zokko’s rift oak and glass cocktail table featuring matched veneers. Other species and sizes available upon request. zokkofinefurniture.com 4. Customize your holiday season with one-of-a-kind accessories from LaFabrique. Beautiful, luxurious stockings, tree skirts, table treatments and more. Your fabrics, your designs. Quotes upon request. lafabriqueseattle.com 5. HBW Studio’s c ircular skylight in mahogany. Handcrafted in the Northwest and available in a variety of regional and imported hardwoods as well as FSC-certified and reclaimed material. Custom design included. Installation available, 6-8 week delivery. Priced from $4,500. hbwstudios.com
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1. Solo bar stool designed by Architectural Elements. This simple and elegant seating solution is manufactured from a single piece of steel and requires no hardware. Comes with a durable powder-coat finish; available in a wide range of colors. Priced at $395. 360.746.8205 2. The Ultimate Clipper by Klhip® is a luxurious, ergonomic and patented nail clipper. Designed for superior performance and made from surgical-grade stainless steel, it is a nail clipper you will look forward to using. Priced at $59. klhip.com 3. Coates Design Architects created a warm and inviting environment for the Dorsey residence. Taking advantage of a small footprint, they designed a wall primarily of glazing, illuminating the interior with natural light while allowing spectacular mountain views. coatesdesign.com 4. Oregon Tile & Marble’s latest arrival of unique gemstone-inspired ONIX Glass Mosaics are made from 98 percent recycled glass, making them ideal for today’s kitchen backsplashes, bathroom floors and walls, column wraps and pool and spa applications. oregontileandmarble.com 5. Designed by Aaron Levine, this sculptural Swiss pear wood table has a tessellated top and bottom with thousands of unique hand-sawn veneer tiles arranged in an astonishing geometric pattern. aaronlevine.net
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1. Reclaimed and salvaged woods make for a stunning feature wall with history built in. Visit the Madera Furniture Company in Tacoma, Washington. maderafurnco.com 2. The stylish Loft chair at Hedge & Vine features a whitewash, distressed finish, delicate carvings and exposed spindle legs, along with a tufted linen upholstery back, padded seat and nailhead trim. Priced at $1,550. hedgeandvine.com 3. This beautiful sink console, designed by Montgomery Klash Interior Design and built locally in Portland, Oregon, has the highest quality of craftsmanship. Custom finishes and sizes are available. montgomeryklash.com 4. The Flat One by designer Mark Newman, shown in bamboo, is the only home theater console “as flat as your flatscreen.” Fits in small spaces...and it’s cool. Finely crafted in Oregon. Priced at $1,595. marknewman.com/theflatone 5. The clean lines in furniture by Judith Ames create a presence that is both dynamic and peaceful. Her coffee table, From Darkness, Light, portrays the raven of Northwest lore stealing the light so that humans might find wisdom. Made from copper, teak and wenge. Priced at $4,550. nwwoodgallery.com
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Shu Hung says she likes to think of Table of Contents as a semi-annual publication, as each “issue” of new furnishings, fixtures, apparel and accessories comes together around a central theme. Along with Joseph Magliaro, Hung helms the Portland design atelier, which is situated in the city’s vibrant Chinatown neighborhood. “Our ardent focus is on cultivating a pool of offerings that are not carried anywhere else,” says Hung. “We truly revel in showcasing the work of talent that is slightly under the radar.” The latest decorative sculptures from designer Jason Rens are currently on display, as well as chic side table—featuring a striking combination of Oregon walnut and powder-coated steel—produced exclusively by the studio. tableofcontents.us
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Created from a series of interconnected geometric shapes with metallic-finished cores, Gabriel Kakon and Scott Richler’s Welles light fixture is a welcome addition to the brothers’ exclusive line of furnishings. Since launching their namesake collection, Gabriel Scott, last year, the architects-turned-designers’ chic set has rapidly expanded—with plans to introduce a similar piece in the form of a sconce—and there are no signs of slowing down. “Our intention was to offer a flexible lighting system that gives decorators a maximum amount of possibilities,” notes Richler. gabriel-scott.com
FAST FORWARD Just four years after launching her interior design firm Vanillawood, Kricken Yaker’s home office was bursting at the seams and a dedicated locale was inevitable. What began as a working studio quickly transitioned into a full-scale retail shop, where Yaker now stocks a stylish selection of design elements ranging from reimagined vintage furnishings to chic brass objets and custom cabinetry. Offering a distinctive product mix, the space is host to organic furnishings such as a custom live-edge walnut dining table, as well as the latest offerings from brands the likes of Bernhardt— whose Brielle cocktail table is below—and Schumacher. “Our overarching aesthetic is light, bright and inviting,” Yaker says, “which is a style our clients are really responding to.” vanillawood.com
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According to Portland-based furniture designer Ben Klebba, honoring the wild beauty and richness of materials guides his creative vision. “I want Phloem Studio pieces to stand the test of time,” says Klebba, who is currently working on two new designs for his Arris line, from which several pieces are shown below. In addition to his existing work, Klebba also fabricates custom pieces on a made-to-order basis. “The overarching goal is to create enduring contemporary furniture for future generations.” phloemstudio.com
For Rebecca Lurie and Brian Robins, a penchant for traveling the globe in search of diverse home décor—and a mutual fixation with floor coverings— led the design duo to introduce Kush Handmade Rugs to Portland in the fall of 2006. “We found that the options for achieving our vision were abundant,” says Lurie, who scours markets from Europe to South Asia to curate the company’s collection. The tony showroom also offers a luxurious line of private label designs. This season, Lurie says she is most looking forward to introducing a set of exclusive abstract designs as well as an arresting assemblage of artisancrafted rugs that she discovered during a recent trip to Nepal. kushrugs.com
Luxe sits down with furniture designer Ben Klebba, the creative vision behind Phloem Studio, to discuss his current inspirations.
What inspired you to begin a career in design? I grew up in a house that my father built, so woodworking was always around me. I previously lived in Chicago, where I apprenticed with a luthier constructing acoustic guitars, and then with a fine furniture builder; at that point, I knew that designing furniture was my passion. Tell us about your daily influences. My relationships with friends and family. Over and over and over. Any colors, patterns or textures that resonate most with you? Lately, I’ve been drawn to rift-sawn white oak; when cut from the tree, the grain remains very linear. Plus oak is so resilient yet porous and textured. Overall, I’m a huge fan of patterns and repetition. Who are some of your design icons? George Nakashima was a genius designer and craftsman, known for the impactful nature of his live-edge pieces. Hans Wegner was also amazing; he designed over 100 chairs and so many of them are absolutely stunning.
The raw quality and natural allure of Machu Picchu inspired designer Jiun Ho to create his latest furniture collection entitled Jiun Ho IV, a collaborative effort with Peruvian-born textile designer Sandra Jordan. Part of the new line is the Chinchero bench, shown, enveloped in Jordan’s olive-hued Prima Alpaca fabric—a luxurious fiber that was historically implemented by Incan royalty and evokes the ancient heritage of the Andean culture. According to Ho, the bench, which is bestowed with a framework of robust steel, “reflects the magical essence of the royal estate built with eternity in mind.” jiunhodejia.com 088 L U X E I N T E R I O R S
PHLOEM STUDIO PHOTO : LISA WARNINGER . KUSH HANDMADE RUGS PHOTO : COURTESY KUSH HANDMADE RUGS . JIUN HO PHOTO : COURTESY JIUN HO .
Sophisticated silhouettes and exquisite design details make up the latest assemblage of interior furnishings and accessories available at Ebanista’s Seattle Design Center locale. Founders Fari and Melinda Pakzad designed the 70-piece collection—which includes such elegant pieces as a rock-crystal chandelier and a sumptuous settee—in honor of the Costa Mesa, California-based company’s 10th anniversary. The charming set also features a selection of decorative lighting, ornate handcarved accents, paintings and elegant case goods, which the Pakzads say “celebrate luxury and sophistication with ease.” ebanista.com
Anchored by European design authorities De La Espada, Giorgetti and Minotti, Inform Interiors’ South Lake Union space houses an abundance of chic collections displayed in an inspiring assemblage of vignette settings. The featured Lane console—an iconic piece from Minotti’s collaboration with Milan-based designer Rodolfo Dordoni—reveals the innovative nature of the products this showroom offers. Also host to a bevy of arresting accents, including an eclectic set of lighting and rugs, Inform Interiors is undoubtedly one of Seattle’s design gems.. informseattle.com
COLOR CORRECTED Italian design house Poltrona Frau recently unveiled 11 new sumptuously appointed furniture lines, all of which were inspired by the rich history of luxury automobile and aviation models. Roberto Lazzeroni’s Montera chair is a two-tone design—shown here in camel and turquoise leathers—set atop a rich wengestained ash wood base. Available in a vibrant amalgam of colorways, Montera embodies a sophisticated silhouette, which Lazzeroni achieved via an ardent focus on lightness of form. poltronafrau.com
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La Fabrique is a workroom specializing in beautiful, custom soft goods for interior designers, design firms and architects. It is located on Airport Way South, just blocks from the Seattle Design Center. La Fabrique has a wonderful team, including expert seamstresses that have been sewing professionally for more than 20 years. La Fabrique specializes in custom bedding, quilting, pillows, window seats, boat interiors, interior and exterior cushions, down and feather products, table treatments and more.
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Trammell-Gagné is pleased to welcome Maya Romanoff, the largest manufacturer of handcrafted wallcoverings in the United States, to its collection. With the guiding mantra: “Make every wall beautiful,” Maya Romanoff is known for rigorous quality standards, beauty and innovation. TRAMMELL-GAGNÉ offers the Northwest a handpicked collection of exquisite contemporary and transitional furnishings, textiles, lighting, accessories and fine art. Representing furnishings from A. Rudin, Antoine Proulx, Berman Rosetti, Brentano, Creation Baumann, Giorgetti, Maya Romanoff, Michael Berman, Mokum and Pollack.
William & Wayne is proud to announce the arrival of Hunter Douglas. Hunter Douglas obviously believes window fashions must be more than stylish. In addition to offering energy efficiency, window treatments should provide some privacy and light control. They should help protect your furnishings from damaging UV rays. Even absorb sounds, helping to improve the acoustics in a room. Come see the latest from Hunter Douglas at William & Wayne.
TABLE TALK Entertaining is the perfect occasion to tell a visual story, and with the table as protagonist, every piece that graces it also plays a supporting role. The deep coral and magentas of a Manuel Canovas fabric captured New York-based designer Eileen Kathryn Boyd and inspired her own narrative. A cast of tabletop accoutrements in lustrous finishes and rich jewel tones followed suit...
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“I find that many of my clients are attracted to the idea of using color but are fearful in applying it,” Boyd says. “Tabletop is a great way to have fun and experiment with interesting combinations.” The designer chose Anna Weatherley’s goldrimmed charger for its amethyst color and her scalloped white dinner plate for its bright note; the hand-painted Jaune de Chrome dessert dish serves as a complement to both, and the leopard-print Norbar fabric neutralizes the color scheme. Boyd layered Rogaska crystal throughout the smoky purple dining room and added delicate Hermès flatware as jewelry for the table—a play on the literal reference she made with an agate bracelet as a napkin ring. Alongside the fireplace, they make an inviting space even cozier in time for a fabulous fall get together. Placemats, Bagatelle in Violine; manuelcanovas.com. Leopard Napkins, Corona Stone 6002; norbarfabrics.com. Lavender Chargers and Simply Anna Dinner Plates, Anna Weatherley; devinecorp.net. Cream Scale Gold Finition Dessert Plates, Jaune de Chrome; devinecorp.net. Festival Napkins in Tin; sferra.com. Attelage Flatware; hermes.com. Adria Wine Glasses, Prague Candleholders, Bakhos Ice Bucket, and St. Tropez Glasses and Decanter; rogaskausa.com. Table Runner, Topaz TZA226, Omexco; romo.com. Montgomery Wine Cooler; ralphlaurenhome.com. Regent Crystal Votives; baccarat.com. Imogen Tangerine Box; julianchichester.com.
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o many modern artists expressed their world through their experience of the street and the changes they were observing in the urban fabric. The modern metropolis was the central symbolic site of modernity. Léger: Modern Art and The Metropolis—the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s exhibition on the metropolis and the exchanges of influence between Fernand Léger and the artists, architects, filmmakers and poets
of the 1920s international avant-garde in Paris—makes its debut this fall. Running from October through January, the exhibition was inspired by The City (shown here), a formative work in 20th-century art, and one of the core masterpieces in the museum’s collection. “We wanted to focus on the metropolis to show how current modern art’s engagement with the world can be for today’s city dwellers,” notes exhibit curator Anna Vallye. “What’s so remarkable is that the city Léger painted almost 100 years ago is still completely familiar to us today. Of course, cities have changed since then, but there is also something profoundly enduring about Léger’s vision.” philamuseum.org
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WITH A NEW BOOK CHRONICLING THE RESTORATION OF HIS FRENCH CHÂTEAU AND AN UPCOMING TABLEWARE LINE FOR ROYAL LIMOGES, L.A. DESIGNER TIM CORRIGAN STILL FINDS TIME FOR A LITTLE JOIE DE VIVRE.
IN YOUR NEW BOOK, AN INVITATION TO CHÂTEAU DU GRAND-LUCÉ... Many people think
that classic design is outdated and uncomfortable and I wanted to show that nothing could be further from the truth. Design is a pendulum and while it swings from trend to trend, it always returns to the classical because there is an innate sense of security in it. It is more forgiving, as it accepts that daily accoutrements are a part of our living spaces.
YOUR APPROACH TO DESIGN:
WHEN ENTERTAINING GUESTS…
None of what I do is too studied. I think a flea market treasure can be mixed in with an 18th-century console and you get to appreciate each of them more because of their relationship to one another. Who wants to live in a room that whispers, “Look, but don’t touch?”
It is important to make them feel as if they are in their own home. I always leave flowers, freshly baked goodies, magazines or books I think they will enjoy and a scented candle in their room to welcome them.
ARCHITECTURAL WHY UNDERTAKE SUCH A PAINSTAKING RESTORATION?
I love the secrets that you find in the stones of old buildings and the challenge of taking something that was designed for a different way of life and subtly transforming it for the way we live today. FURNISHING THE CHATEAU…
Was a real labor of love and I used an approach that I would advise anyone to: Buy what you love and it will somehow find its proper place. Clockwise from top: Corrigan’s French estate; Macassar Ebony & Ostrich Egg lamp by TC Home; a seating area of the master bedroom featured in An Invitation to Château du Grand-Lucé; an antique brass fire screen; the designer in his Loire Valley home.
CALIFORNIA VS. FRANCE: For
me, Southern California is all about comfort, casual living and self- expression, but there is just something about the French respect for culture, history and tradition that really resonates with me.
PERIOD: Mid-tolate 18th-century France was such a remarkable time for architecture, because it held the highest level of refinement of the French aesthetic, but it was tempered by the age of enlightenment. PAINT A PICTURE CTURE OF TIME SPENT AT YOUR PICTURESQUE CTURESQUE CHÂTEAU: It’s like going back
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ABC Carpet & Home debuts new mesmerizing colorways to its Aquasilk collection of painterly rugs inspired by the ocean. Handwoven of sari silk, the rugs get their watercolor effect from being overdyed with layers of translucent hues. abchome.com
The inspiration for the handknotted wool and bamboo silk Topo rug by Tufenkian Artisan Carpets began with a topographical image, but as it progressed, the vivid design became more abstract and the name was shortened. tufenkiancarpets.com
Cococozy lends its lifestyle expertise to floorcoverings with an illustrative line for Capel Rugs. Hand-knotted in a Tibetan weave using semiworsted wool and dynamic pigments, the series includes this fun yet sophisticated Loop rug. capelrugs.com
Taking its cues from the distinct craftsmanship and intricate patterns of Mughal latticeworks from the Indian courts of the 18th century, Stark’s latest Tibetan rug features an elaborate motif that beautifully repeats in wool and silk. starkcarpet.com
The majestic garments worn by women in India have been reimagined as Stephanie Odegard Collection’s Sari Lights series of rugs, handknotted on a wool ground using recycled and re-spun yarns from deconstructed saris. stephanieodegard.com
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and this year is no exception as the no-nonsense hue is fiercely represented on and off the runway. Color takes a back seat, while edgy silhouettes and sharp architectural frames— echoed within designer Vera Wang’s structural Hex Link Pendant, $11,500; nosanchuk.com
fall 2013 RTW collection—take center stage in home accents and fashion accessories. Black’s sleek persona continues to evolve, and this time around, it’s seriously amped up, punctuated
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A color known for its regal reputation and ability to play well with others, it comes as no surprise that purple has captured the attention of both the fashion and design worlds. From full-bodied plum to resplendent amethyst, these sumptuous tones have deeply imbued the latest home collections met only by their sultry fashion counterparts, depicted here through the meticulous fall 2013 RTW collection of couture newcomer, and one to watch, Maxime Simoëns. AVF Charm Bowl, $388; avfhome.com
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“Playing with both ends of the color spectrum is tricky, but this rug shows it can be done flawlessly. I love the 3-D illusion depicted through the vibrant hues.”
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When designer Cédric Ragot conceives an interior accent, such as this ombré rug he created for French atelier Roche Bobois, he perpetually aims to conjure a link between the functional and the conceptual. “Ponyo was actually one of my first forays into the art of rug design,” says Ragot, adding that he “endeavored to invite a harmonious blend of tones, which in turn, serve to warm up a room.” Featured here in a raspberry-centric scheme, the artfully devised floorcovering is handwoven from sumptuous New Zealand wool.
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This season, Kyle Bunting’s effervescent hide-on-hair pattern work collides with South Florida design studio Britto Charette’s penchant for Art Deco architecture. The result is this hourglass stool, which marks the duo’s first venture into the home accessories arena. “I like this piece as a single side table, but it works best when used in multiples,” says Bunting. “The juxtaposition of the warm and tactile hide against the opaque base’s smooth silhouette is nearly the perfect combination of materials and surfaces.”
“This stool’s concentric circles remind us of an age-old tree trunk. Overall, we adore the clean look, especially after a recent trip to Japan where home décor is pared down and streamlined.”
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+ To create the Sorenthia light fixture, Rhode Island-based designer Asher Dunn turned to the marvels of the ocean to find his muse. “I was intrigued by the crystalline nature of sea kelp when seen below the surface of water,” says Dunn, who took a cue from the arresting quality of light shining through the plant. Merging this organic component—by virtue of adjustable arms—with an industrial blend of steel and brass, Dunn introduces a luminous product destined to shine.
“Creating modern yet timeless pieces is the epitome of quality design. This chest resonates with my aesthetic as the use of wood and brass is both unexpected and appealing.” C H E S T
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In the early 1950s, celebrated Italian architect and furniture visionary Gio Ponti experimented with several models of this exquisite case good. Designated with the simple moniker Chest of Drawers, the time-honored design far exceeds its humble name. Bestowed with a robust elmwood body and an ivory-finished front, the midcenturystyle piece is accented with handles in elm, Italian walnut, mahogany and rosewood, all resting on lustrous brass feet.
What may appear to be a straightforward yet luxuriously appointed chair swathed in a graphite-hued velvet is anything but basic. This plush beauty, a piece from the newly launched Luxury in Motion collection by Edward Ferrell + Lewis Mittman, is also a fully functioning recliner, silently extending at the push of a concealed upholstered button. “The graceful contours of this chair’s frame lend a sartorial element,” says creative director Phillip Jeffries. The jewelry-like Greek key motif at its base is the finishing touch to this well-tailored piece.
“While linear in form, this chair sits in motion. Timeless yet bold, I definitely can envision it in the bedroom of my Milan apartment. The Greek key detailing is an added bonus.”
SHOE DESIGNER EDMUNDO CASTILLO INTRODUCES INTRODUCE FLIRTY DETAILING TO UNEXPECTED SILHOUETTES IN HIS MOST RECENT COLLECTION, AS SEEN IN THE TEMIRA BOOTIE. EDMUNDOCASTILLO.COM
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+ This chic side table from Los Angeles design studio Randolph & Hein boasts a register of bold elements that would add a glamorous panache to any living room setting. Inspired by the arch of a wind-bent tree on the Southern California coastline, its sinuous silhouette is endowed with a striking mélange of ebonized maple juxtaposed with glossy Dutch metal, manifesting an elevated design aesthetic and a distinctive éclat.
“I’ve always loved the marriage of black and gold, and used the combination prevalently in my fall 2013 collection. This piece’s material mix and play on form are particularly elegant.”
THIS FALL, FASHION DESIGNER ERIN FETHERSTON DELIVERS A READY-TO-WEAR COLLECTION THAT ELEGANTLY HIGHLIGHTS THE TIMELESS UNION OF BLACK AND GOLD. ERINFETHERSTON.COM
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Bedford Brown, a stylish Portland home décor shop, beautifully blends traditional furnishings with contemporary, one-of-a-kind pieces. With thoughtfully decorated vignettes, chic furniture and embellishments at every corner, the shop feels more like a stately home than a retail space. Layering furniture alongside outdoor planters, candles and accessories, this store proves it’s all about that artful mix. bedfordbrown.com
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French for “lucky find,” Trouvaille delivers exactly what its name promises at this high-end vintage and consignment shop. Located in Seattle’s historic Old Ballard, the fun of Trouvaille is in the hunt, especially with the high-caliber designers that are carried: Etro, Comme des Garçons and Martin Margiela. Not only does this shop have clothing for women and men, it also has an array of jewelry, textiles, furnishings and art. What luck! trouvailleluckyfind.com 144 L U X E I N T E R I O R S
Oblation Papers & Press’ Ron and Jennifer Rich got their start making handmade paper in 1989 using their kitchen blender and recycled fibers. Now, with a boutique, a letterpress print shop and an urban paper mill, they’ve come a long way while staying true to their commitment to craftsmanship and eco-friendly techniques. Visit this Portland shop for custom stationery, handmade paper and truly special desk accessories; it’s a short step back in time before computers and email. oblationpapers.com
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Inspired by the sweets of France and the tapas of Spain, Cheryl Wakerhauser opened her culinary destination with a dual purpose: One side specializes in authentic French desserts and the other is a Spanish tapas bar. At Pix Pâtisserie, the colorful French macarons are a must along with the 150-plus champagne offerings, while at Bar Vivant, you’ll be transported to a bustling tapas restaurant with traditional Spanish offerings. pixpatisserie.myshopify.com 2
In Portland, the art scene is alive with artists and craftspeople, easily spotted at the Laura Russo Gallery. Founded in 1986, the gallery represents over 50 local artists, both emerging and well-known, working in media from sculpture to painting. Every month, the gallery features two solo exhibitions, so take note and discover your new favorite artist. laurarusso.com
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After growing frustrated on his quest to find the perfect home espresso machine, Victor Gehlen founded Seattle Coffee Gear “to help people find the right equipment,” he says. With the opening of a second store in Bellevue, the new location boosts Gehlen’s vision for a hands-on experience: All of the equipment is set up so you can test before buying, there’s a bar for coffee tastings, and workshops are aplenty. We love Bodum’s Eileen coffee press! seattlecoffeegear.com 4
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In the heart of beautiful Vancouver, Rosewood Hotel Georgia is nestled amongst the city’s galleries, muse museums and restaurants. Originally opened during the 1920s, Hotel Georgia was renowned for attracting Hollywood stars and British royalty. With a full restoration of this historic landmark, the hotel boasts an indoor saltwater pool, spa, fitness center, 24-hour in-room dining and penthouses with private terraces, outdoor hot tubs and fireplaces. Just imagine those spectacular views and twinkling city lights! rosewoodhotels.com/en/hotelgeorgia
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The Allison Inn & Spa, located just 45 minutes outside of Portland in the lush Willamette Valley, is the perfect close-to-home escape. The surroundings are of course aweinspiring, but there’s also so much beauty to be found inside with the Inn’s expansive art collection composed of local original work. Don’t miss the spa: Book their signature Mimosa Massage and spend the afternoon relaxing in the various lounges, saunas and steam rooms. Dreamy! theallison.com 2
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I love popping into locally owned ready-to-wear boutique Grapevine. Carefully curated by the talented Mary Olund, the shop is filled with classics and current silhouettes. I often depend on Mary’s keen eye and uncanny knack for knowing exactly what pieces to pull for me. I recently snagged a gorgeous Trina Turk blazer with detail work I just couldn’t resist—silk black-and-white pinstripe fabric on the interior cuffs. 503.291.1893 3
I always look forward to visiting Kush Handmade Rugs in Portland’s Pearl District. This urban oasis boasts luxurious, hand-knotted creations by established international lines like Amadi and New Moon, as well as custom-designed pieces. Owners Rebecca Lurie and Brian Robins are passionate about rugs and immensely helpful. I recently purchased a to-diefor dragon patterned silk sari rug for my own dining room. It was love at first sight! kushrugs.com
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Who or what inspires you most? We relocated to Seattle to be close to the incredible design and building community with whom we are lucky enough to collaborate. Our inspiration grows out of the relationships we’ve established with talented craftspeople and fabricators.
How do you define a successful project? A project is successful when the process was as enjoyable as the finished product, and the client is both delighted and moved by the space we designed for them.
How do you think your clients would characterize you? Our clients enjoy the fun and down-to-earth nature of a family business in an atmosphere of high creativity and a passion for design and details.
of 3-D digital renderings, hand drawing is still our primary mode of communicating our designs to clients.
David’s puppy Roger is the official office mascot. He is a little mischievous, but we love him regardless.
What is one thing your clients would be shocked to know about you? We both love music as much as design. David plays classical cello and Suzie has built a collection of nearly 5,000 vinyl records.
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PORTRAIT: JOHN VALLS. OPPOSITE: DAVID M. COBB. TOP RIGHT: TAKASHI HATAKEYAMA.
Garden Curator Sadafumi Uchiyama relishes in sharing the knowledge he gleaned from his brother, father and grandfather while growing up in Japan. Opposite: The raked sand-stone path of the Portland Japanese Gardenâ€™s Flat Garden symbolizes a river.
As Garden Curator of the Portland Japanese Garden, Sadafumi Uchiyama hasn’t strayed from his roots. “In Japan, you do what you’re brought up to do,” he says. But Uchiyama did rebel, moving from Japan and eventually landing in Chicago, where he received his masters in landscape architecture from the
Sueharu Fukami’s sculpture, which includes Sora ni, shown, presents with photos by Jean Vollum through November 17 as part of the Portland Japanese Garden’s Art in the Garden.
University of Illinois. This East/West perspective made Uchiyama a natural as the first curator in the Garden’s history. While his staff maintains the 5.5 acres, Uchiyama digs into the past and, more importantly, what lies ahead. “I represent the Garden in a philosophical way and set the tone for the future,” he says. Designed in 1963 by landscape architect Takuma Tono, the site took 20 years to construct. Uchiyama continues Tono’s vision today, “but not blindly,” he says. “The importance is not what’s planted but how one species takes on many forms.” Such as an 80-foot tree next to a 4.5-foot hedge—both hemlocks. Of the five featured areas, Uchiyama’s favorite remains the Natural Garden. “It looks more like a forest and less like a garden, so I feel like I’m getting away,” he says. But never very far. japanesegarden.com; 503.223.1321
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I am working with Japanese architect Kengo Kuma on the Cultural Crossing project, with plans to double the size of the Garden and incorporate the International Institute of Garden Arts and Culture. We just finished the schematic design and are moving into design development for the next 50 years and beyond. GREATEST INFLUENCES:
My mentor is Robert Riley, professor emeritus at the University of Illinois. The most eye-opening essay I’ve read was The Beholding Eye: Ten Versions of the Same Scene, by Donald W. Meinig. FAVORITE GARDENING SOURCE:
Smith Rock in Portland. It’s the rock supplier I most frequent and where I meet many stone sculptors and masons. DESCRIBE THE GARDEN.
It’s a piece of art so to speak, but we see it as a place to do something meaningful, a place of interaction. It’s a healing garden— there are always people doing meditation, yoga and photography. Ultimately, it’s a way to reconnect with nature. LUXE INTERIORS
Husband-and-wife team Michael Pratt and Reta Larson in their Portland factory, which is attached to a showroom featuring their tile as well as other brands. Opposite: Lush greenery and beautiful sculpture envelope one of the couple’s most admired hotels, Las Mañanitas, in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
PORTRAIT: JOHN VALLS. OPPOSITE: COURTESY RELAIS & CHÂTEAUX. TOP RIGHT: MICHAEL SCHALK.
It’s unlikely Michael Pratt and Reta Larson knew they were at the forefront of an American tile revival movement when they started Pratt and Larson Tile with one kiln in the basement of their former Southeast Portland home 30 years ago. What they did see was an opportunity to combine his background in ceramics with her knowledge of textiles. “We realized quickly that
Shown here are samples from two new tile collections by Pratt and Larson Tile— Scraffito (yellow), designed by Pratt in honor of the company’s 30th anniversary, and Filigree (green).
our different mediums were compatible when applied to handcrafted tile design. The pattern and rhythm of textile and the understanding of ceramics blended well,” says Larson, who claims a trip to Mexico and exposure to that country’s richly decorative tilework provided their initial inspiration. Today, their Portland production/retail site boasts 45 kilns and 84 employees, and their tiles are carried in over 100 showrooms nationwide and in Canada. Pratt still conceives most of the designs that run the gamut from traditional to modern, and despite advances in automation, the couple has never swayed from the firm’s artisanal philosophy. “We want the touch of the craftsman to show through the work,” he says. prattandlarson.com; 503.231.9464
MICHAEL PRATT & RETA LARSON CURRENT PROJECT:
MP: We’ve just launched Scraffito, where the pattern is incised, rather than raised as in bas relief. And we’re finishing a new line called Filigree; it’s very detailed and precisely ornate. We’ve also started on a collection of ceramic sconces. FAVORITE HOTEL:
RL: Las Mañanitas Hotel Garden Restaurant & Spa in Cuernavaca, Mexico. It’s a small, world-class hotel with a friendly staff and a tremendous garden that has peacocks roaming the grounds. DESIGN PERIOD I FIND MOST ENGAGING:
RL: Lately, we have been rediscovering Portland residential architecture from the turn of the century: The Kamm House, the Pittock Mansion. There is a Facebook page called Dead Memories Portland that shows historical photos. It’s endlessly interesting. MY SECRET WORK TIP…
MP: Work every day. No matter if it’s a small thing— a sketch of an idea. Starting is always the hardest action. And then don’t stop. You only get good at what you do through continual work and review. LUXE INTERIORS
Company K’s Jack Kearney collaborates with architects, interior designers and craftsmen, and devises his own designs, as well, like this blackened-steel plate stair with a narrow slit. Opposite: The interesting objects found in New York’s De Vera appeal to Kearney’s curious side.
PORTRAIT: RIC PETERSON. OPPOSITE: DON FREEMAN. TOP RIGHT: MARK JOHNSTON.
Jack Kearney, Company K founder and lead designer, is a modern-day Renaissance man made of equal parts industrial craftsman, sculptor, sketch artist, builder and junkyard connoisseur. “There are lots of fabrication shops out there that make pieces for designers and lots of designers who use fabricators, but we are both,” he explains. While living in New York working as a residential designer, he noticed that there was a disconnect in the creative process and decided to open up shop in Seattle. “I wanted
Kearney designed and built the Reed chair using woven split-reed fibers along a steel frame; a hinged detail allows the frame to rock.
to close the loop and be able to design and build under one roof,” he remembers. Whether he and his team of artisans are cladding custom walnut cabinets in 1/4-inch-thick belting leather, transforming a gritty steel plate pulled from a salvage yard earlier in the week into a dining table, or meticulously machining a piece of hardware for a custom pivot door, his approach remains the same. “My work is simple, but simple is a four-letter word,” he says. “To achieve something that’s very simple is very hard because it’s pure craftsmanship.” companyk.com; 206.632.0509
JACK KEARNEY DESIGN ICON:
Carlo Scarpa. The craftspeople he used and what he accomplished in the era when he worked was unbelievable. And Constantin Brancusi—the way he assembled things in the time frame he did astounds me. BEST SALVAGE FIND:
I once found a beautiful steel plate that had been lying in the dirt for over 40 years. Trucks were literally driving over it every day so the patina was amazing. I turned it into a table. FAVORITE SHOP:
De Vera in New York. The owner has a crazy eye and finds the wackiest objects that are still so precious—everything from a great Japanese teapot to handmade jewelry and religious iconography. DESIGN PERIOD YOU FIND MOST ENGAGING:
I tend to be inspired less by periods and more by culture: Japanese, Italian and Scandinavian. Stylistically they’re different, but really they’re all the same in the sense that from packaging to the architecture, everyone there appreciates good design. LUXE INTERIORS
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HOME PLATE IN THIS CONNECTICUT HOME, THE MARRIAGE OF NATURAL LIGHT, AN O PEN LA YOUT A ND A PE RFE C T LY DI SPLAYED T ABL EW ARE COLLECTION MAKES FOR A NOSTALGIA-INDUCING KITCHEN.
etting out to renovate the kitchen of their cottage-style home in New Canaan, Connecticut, a couple didn’t have to search too far for their muse. With Dutch and Belgian heritages, respectively, the husband and wife instinctively harked back to the enchanting
aesthetics for which their native lands are revered. “We wanted to make sure that we retained a very cozy, vintage European vibe, like that of an old bakery, for instance,” homeowner and designer Tessa Neleman-Pimontel explains. Another check off their wish list was to keep the space open (notice the pared down cabinetry; the simple ceramic subway tiling by the Bertazonni hood and stove; uninterrupted counter space), organized and flooded with light while retaining a sense of genuineness. “This kitchen adds an instant feeling of authenticity to our home,” she says. “It works out well as an open space time together. Every afternoon, the low-setting sun pours in, which adds to the whole mood we were aiming to capture.”
We were lucky to find the elements needed to achieve the style we had in mind all along of European elegance with an artistic bohemian flair. TESSA NELEMAN-PIMONTEL, ECHO AND MERCER
PHOTO: ERIC PIASECKI.
where my husband, Hans, and I naturally gather with our kids to share
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DISPLAY TYPE Opting for limited upper cabinetry, the Nelemans had to search for alternative answers to de rigueur storage questions. “The idea of the hutch was always in our minds, but it only came to fruition after we found the right pieces,” Tessa notes. “Nearing the final stages of the renovation, we took a trip to Mexico. We knew what we were looking for, but were very surprised when we found it in an old hardware store. We fell in love with the huge hutch and bought it right there and then.” To balance the rustic nature of the towering case, the homeowners kept it simple. “We like white as a base, but there are many touches of Delft and even Guatemalan earthenware in the mix. The key is to make sure that whatever is visible is positioned well (handles all turned the same direction, everything evenly spaced) and to edit, edit, edit. Keep only what you really need and use often.” For additional visual variety, they encircled the antique Swedish farm table with steel bistro chairs from Vagabond Vintage in Atlanta.
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SCENE STEALER A LOS ANGELES DESIGNER PLUCKS HER STYLE CUES FROM THE SILVER SCREEN, RESULTING IN A DRAMATIC BATHROOM AND CLOSET SUITE TAILORED TO SHINE.
hen a designer approaches a master bathroom suite with two specific inspirations in mind—the Ritz Paris (pre-renovation) and Carrie Bradshaw’s closet from the original
Sex and the City movie—the result is destined to be laden with glitz and theatricality. Such is the case for this opulent space that Estee Stanley dreamt up for a Beverly Hills client. “I wanted to make
PHOTO: NICK JOHNSON.
sure that my client used every square inch of her home, and that each space met her needs and represented who she was,” Stanley says. The resulting bathroom is a study in simple elegance, and the impact of letting just a few statement pieces have their moment in the spotlight: a sinuous freestanding Waterworks tub entices a leisurely soak; dreamy draperies in a blush tone coyly flirt with a coquettish portrait of Marilyn Monroe; two-tone marble floors are striking yet feel as if they’ve always been there; and finally, the crown jewel of the room, a polyhedron chandelier Stanley sourced from JF Chen in Los Angeles that would get the most pragmatic person’s pulse racing.
A luxurious bathroom always needs enough room for two people and beautiful materials such as marble and stone. It should feel as if you’re in a grand hotel. ESTEE STANLEY, ESTEE STANLEY DESIGN
CLOTHES QUARTERS What’s a designer to do when a client’s existing closet space simply isn’t sufficient for their wardrobe? Well, you relocate the master bedroom and transform the remaining space into a dressing room fit for a Rodeo Drive boutique, of course. “I like to think of closets as a fun playroom for women, so I try to make them big enough where you can have friends come over, hang out and play dress up,” Stanley says. “This typically calls for a seating area.” The designer brought in a custom chaise that offers her client (and her client’s fortunate guests) a place to sit and ponder the day’s sartorial decisions, while an antique rug from Lawrence of La Brea complements sleek custom cabinetry. “This is one of my favorite designs I’ve done,” Stanley says. “It’s every woman’s dream.”
PHOTO: NICK JOHNSON.
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FOR THE BATH 1) PuraVida 120-Air 1-Jet Handshower, Hansgrohe, $128; hansgrohe-usa.com. 2) Steel Polyhedron Pendant Medium, Restoration Hardware, $595; restorationhardware.com. 3) Emmy Small Tray, Arteriors, $370; arteriors.com. 4) Asscher Soap Dispenser, Waterworks, $90; waterworks.com. 5) Diva Stool by Azadeh Shladovsky, price upon request; jeandemerry.com. 6) Telangana Patterned Bone Boxes, $155 for set; zhush.com. 7) Gelsomino Nobile Leather Purse Spray, Acqua di Parma, $153; bloomingdales.com. 8) Luxury Beech Wood Bath Brush, Kent Brushes, $80; westcoastshaving.com 9) Iris Bench, Rose Tarlow Melrose House, $5,880; rosetarlowmelrosehouse.com. 10) Celine Bathtub, $12,296, Devon&Devon; devon-devon.com. 11) Stonegate Robe Hook, price upon request, Baldwin Hardware; baldwinhardware.com. 12) Round Thermostatic Trim Plate with Handle in Antique Brass Finish, Newport Brass, price upon request; newportbrass.com. 13) Mediterranean Bath Sheets, Coyuchi, $76; coyuchi.com. 14) Un Air De Diptyque Electronic Diffuser, Diptyque, $350; diptyqueparis.com.
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JUICER, CUTTING BOARD AND TOWELS PHOTOS: MICHAEL SCHALK.
FOR THE KITCHEN 1) The Vegetable Garden, Taschen, $59.99; taschen.com. 2) Cutting Board, Droptine Woodworks, price upon request; droptinewoodworks.com. 3) Blown Glass and Ceramic Mortar/ Pestle, A.J Metissage, $105; aj-metissage.com. 4) Ovopur - Acrylic Base, Aquavovo, $729; shophorne.com. 5) Skeleton Key Cork Screw, Carl Aubock, $595; barneys.com. 6) Classic Blend, Sel Magique, $23; selmagique.com. 7) Constance Metal Dining Chairs, Ballard Designs, $449 for two; ballarddesigns.com. 8) Vanilla Beans, Nielsen-Massey, $9.95; williamssonoma.com. 9) Villa OG128 in Light Green and Burnished Brass, Officine Gullo, $21,326; officinegullousa.com. 10) Horn Servers, Jayson Home, $58; jaysonhome.com. 11) Wide Mouth Urn, Frances Palmer Pottery, $995; deringhall.com. 12) ZB500E52 Infinity Slow Juicer, Krups, $349; krups.com. 13) Marbella Horn Place Setting, Barneys New York, $468; barneys.com.
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Los Angeles designer and one half of Harbinger LA, Joe Lucas created an entryway to remember using the sleekest fall wallcoverings. A “sucker for a salon-style wall,” Lucas began his dynamic scene with artist Sharon Lee’s debut line as his anchor. “The chic gray-and-saffron combo of Lee’s Chrysanthemum design caught my eye instantly,” he says. Building from there, Lucas approached many of the papers as he would art. “Kelly Wearstler’s provocative new Crescent design is a recent obsession, so it needed to be framed. And the sculptural Weitzner paper lent itself to being floated in an acrylic box, earning the focal point position in the space.” From a Holland & Sherry-clad flowerpot and a Wearstler-wrapped lampshade to an Innovationsupholstered stool, Lucas reveals that wallpaper knows no boundaries.
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“There are so many incredible collections out there now that it’s becoming increasingly difficult to not wallpaper every inch of each project, and I couldn’t be happier for this material’s intrepid comeback.”
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Naturally lured by wallcoverings that possess an assured straight-lined disposition, interiors devotee Sara Ruffin Costello unexpectedly found herself swept away by the season’s more abstract offerings. “I was drawn to patterns that appear out of focus; especially those peachy, warm tones,” she explains. “They feel less expectant than chevron or stripes (which I love) that continue to pop up each year.” After reveling in a veritable trove of papers, Costello sought to create a sunburst, turning to London-based moldings manufacturer Solomon & Wu for a bit of architectural encouragement. “The plaster moldings were a structured counterbalance to the loose, dreamy quality of the papers, and the dynamic sunburst shape has an artistic character to it, like a patterned color wheel.”
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“There are no rules when it comes to wallpaper. It’s intuitive. When using a lot of papers, I strive for a strong whole-house narrative, picking up colors and themes from room to room.”
Clockwise from top left: Nymphaea MET 60095; wolfgordon.com. Heze 002; troveline.com. Saraille in Grape; designersguild.com. Vapour in Cloud; designtex.com. Contemporary II 69/1103; cole-and-son.com. Opposite, clockwise from top left: Eden in Verbena; romoblack. com. Nicchie 97/11035; cole-and-son.com. Cloud Petals in Pale Pink; brettdesignwallpaper.com. Kew in Amaranth; romoblack.com. Akita Vinyl in Mitsu Smoke; zoffany.com. 26-22106, Carl Robinson thru Sonia’s Place; 212.355.5211. Demeter Stripe in Tumeris/Pebble/ Magenta, Harlequin; zoffany.com. Moldings: Linear Architrave; solomonandwu.com
CASE STUDY GEOMETRICS AND BOLD PRINTS WERE THE DRIVING FORCE BEHIND THIS SOPHISTICATEDLY CLAD BOOKCASE ORNAMENTED BY INTERIOR DESIGNER PHILIP GORRIVAN.
“There is so much to be excited about when it comes to wallpaper,” exclaims New York-based interior designer Philip Gorrivan, who’s heralded his longstanding love affair with the material throughout his design career. His studious composition began with an unadorned bookcase that, according to the designer, left much to be desired. Presented with the latest lines, Gorrivan cloaked the back of the shelves with a subtle yet striking Farrow & Ball stripe and developed groupings of covered books in stylized vignettes, each layer telling its own story. “Dedar’s new boldly hued geometrics alongside Clarke & Clarke’s punchy floral patterns
“I tend to gravitate toward geometrics or patterns that aren’t so directional. I love products that are fearlessly gutsy. It’s fun to create a little tension in a space by introducing a wallpaper that appears to completely break all the rules.”
Clockwise from top: Bookcase lining, Lattice BP 3503; farrow-ball.com. George in Grey; jonathanadler.com. Birds; kremelife.com. Jackson in Indigo; romoblack.com. Flower in Japhet; wolfgordon.com. Opposite: Bookshelves, top to bottom, left: Wow Indigo; dedar.com. Lattice BP 3505; farrow-ball.com. Floribunda in Magenta; clarke-clarke.com. Lattice BP 3502; farrow-ball.com. Bookshelves, top to bottom, right: Papillion in Chartreuse; clarke-clarke.com. Ray Cedre and Wow Sabbia; dedar.com. Bookshelf doors: Madras in Shanti, Crezana Design; johnrosselliassociates.com. Book on table: Soho Square in Sand, Crezana Design; johnrosselliassociates.com.
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REINVENTING HISTORY A 1920S PORTLAND HOME PRESERVES THE PAST BUT MAKES WAY FOR THE FUTURE WITH COMFORTABLE FURNISHINGS, CUSTOM FINISHES AND MODERN AMENITIES. W R I T T E N B Y BRIA N LIBBY
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INTERIOR DESIGN Heidi Semler, Heidi Semler Interior Design, LLC KITCHEN AND BATH DESIGN Michelle Vranizan, Michelle Vranizan Interior Design, LLC HOME BUILDER Brian Bohrer and Jeff Bohrer, Cornerstone Construction Services, LLC LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Craig Kiest, Huntington and Kiest Landscape Architects BEDROOMS 6
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hen a husband and wife pair left the Portland area a little more than a decade ago, their friend and designer Heidi Semler had a feeling the couple would come back. “And they did,”
Semler remembers. Upon returning, the two asked her to help decide among four houses, including a historic Jacobethan-style brick home on a ridge above Portland’s downtown skyline. “I immediately said, ‘That’s it!’ It was this amazing classic beauty,” she says. Completed in 1922, the Leon Hirsch residence by acclaimed architects Sutton & Whitney is praised in the book Classic Houses of Portland, Oregon, 1850-1950 for its old-world elegance, from a crenellated parapet above banked second-floor windows to the Tudor-arched recessed entry. So while the Morgans wanted a home to fit their contemporary lifestyle, they also wanted to respect its original architecture. They spent a few years living in the house before undertaking many of the renovations, to develop a sense of what changes were needed. “It’s been a labor of love over several years,” the husband explains. “We’ve really tried to not only appreciate the architecture and history, but in some cases bring it back to an appropriate finish.” Enter brother-builder team Brian Bohrer and Jeff Bohrer, who came on board to oversee the preservation and construction elements. Original oak floors were restored, for example, and the profile of the existing crown molding was specially replicated in some areas and custommagnified in the kitchen and butler’s pantry for an updated slant. Even the original cast-iron radiators were retained and restored, and
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The living room sofas, covered in Rogers & Goffigon fabric, are by JJ Custom. Theyâ€™re complemented with Restoration Hardwareâ€™s tufted chairs, accented with colorful Zimmer + Rohde pillow fabric, and a custom ottoman from Michael Talbert Upholstery in Edelman Leather cow print. A sea-grass Stark area rug grounds the sun-drenched setting.
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A covered outdoor patio was walled off for the newly appointed dining room, which is anchored by a Ballard Designs country French table and chairs clad in Kathryn M. Ireland Textiles & Design fabric. The Baccarat chandelier was original to the home and was moved from the old dining room.
Countertops from EleMar Oregon support the light, bright overtone of the kitchen, with its creamy custom cabinetry and range hood by Pilgrimâ€™s Custom Cabinets and Construction. Classic Brass embellishments from Chown Hardware add glints of warmth. The Wolf range is from Eastbank Contractor Appliances.
Above: The preserved butler’s pantry is enlivened by a 19th-century C. Casbah crystal chandelier acquired through Restoration Hardware and an Ann Sacks antiqued-mirror backsplash. The Rohl faucet is from The Fixture Gallery. Left: Blue-and-white porcelain from Curated by M+M stands out against Sonoma Tilemakers subway tiles from United Tile.
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paired with a new high-efficiency boiler that has reduced heating bills by two-thirds. “The attention to detail that exists in this house is stunning: the woodwork, moldings and plaster,” Brian says. “It’s so grand.” Rather than gutting the kitchen, pantry and butler’s pantry into one wide-open space, designer Michelle Vranizan, who worked for Semler at the start of the project and later returned to the home to design the kitchen and bathrooms after establishing her own firm, used the pantries to hide modern-day appliances but clad the kitchen with period-appropriate details such as white tile backsplashes and unlacquered brass fixtures. She also chose reflective surfaces such as quartzite countertops to help spread the light. “The thing the owner said when we started out was she wanted it to feel happy,” Vranizan remembers. “For me, being a native Oregonian, happy to me is sunlight, and we’ve got to maximize it where we live.” LUXE INTERIORS
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One goal was to create an indoor-outdoor feel for the house, says landscape architect Craig Kiest. The new entry patio speaks to that aesthetic and shows off the original architectural details, including a Tudor-style recessed entry bookended by Paul Ferrante light fixtures purchased in Los Angeles.
The home’s original oak floors were restored, while an antique horse statue— procured from a Paris Hermès store via a Seattle antique shop—and outdoor planters help add whimsy and bring the outside in.
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Semler’s design focused on adding light and color to public areas and bedrooms. “The house is really voluminous, so we wanted warmth,” she says. In the living room, for instance, cinnamon and cranberry tones were chosen for the sofas and other furniture, complementing the
A yellow palette brightens the upper hall, which features an antique French country table from Marquess of Granby Lake Oswego. Designer Heidi Semler had vintage candlesticks rewired to become table lamps, with shades made using Raoul Textiles fabric. Botanicals add dainty touches alongside blue-and-white porcelain.
white fireplace. Upstairs, taking inspiration from the greenery outside, light turquoise wallpaper in the master bedroom gives way to a bright, yellow-toned landing. Living and family rooms flank a Roman column-lined foyer. The family room previously housed the dining room, which was relocated to the back of the ground floor beside the kitchen, in a converted former covered brick patio. There, floor-to-ceiling glass French doors bring in a bounty of sunshine, thereby turning the dining room’s Baccarat crystal chandelier into a prism of rainbow color. LUXE INTERIORS
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The covered backyard patio, off of the dining room, provides the chance to enjoy Oregonâ€™s mild but rainy climate year-round, while also celebrating its classic Jacobethan architecture of arches and columns.
A thin custom vanity with a mirrored top was created to maintain the original master bath’s footprint. Polished Carrara marble from Oregon Tile & Marble lends fresh appeal to the vanity. A sconce from Restoration Hardware is one of a pair that helps light the room. C O N T I N U E D F R O M P A G E 219
In the house’s front, landscape architect Craig Kiest removed overgrown rhododendrons and added a small terrace, so the homeowners can entertain there in addition to the backyard, enjoying a view of the downtown skyline through a veil of German boxwood plants and Lavalle hawthorns. “We wanted to make the house more insideoutside,” Kiest explains, “and to use what would have been planted in the era of the house, rather than these new trees that haven’t been in common cultivation until recently.” Given new life, this Roaring Twenties house is ready for the new millennium: not just as historic renovation, but as an inviting modern home. “It’s traditional and classic, but it’s also a house that offers surprises: something unexpected,” Semler says, maintaining her original thought: “It’s just a beauty.” L 222 L U X E I N T E R I O R S
In the master bedroom, Semler used a textured light turquoise ScalamandrĂŠ wallpaper to complement the leafy view outside and mixed in bright floral pillow and chair coverings by Raoul Textiles to add color. The pattern of the Stark carpet adds interest underfoot.
chance encounter FATE INTERVENES WHEN A COUPLE NOT QUITE LOOKING FOR A HOUSE
FALLS IN LOVE WITH A 1950S HILLSIDE HOME WITH LOTS OF POTENTIAL. W R I T T E N B Y LI SA B I NGHAM DEWART
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P H O T O G R A P H Y B Y PET E ECK E R T
ARCHITECTURE Rick Berry, Scott Edwards Architecture INTERIOR DESIGN Joelle C. Nesen, Maison Inc. HOME BUILDER Joe Petrina, Petrina Construction Inc. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Steve Shapiro and Blair Didway,
Shapiro Didway Landscape Architecture BEDROOMS 4
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hey weren’t even looking for a house, not really. The young couple had scoped out a particular Portland neighborhood and had casually seen a few possibilities, but, says the wife, “we weren’t planning on jumping
right in.” And yet, when one came up that fit their criteria—close-in to the city and with a yard and knockout view—they were smitten. The house they fell for was a 1950s hillside home owned by the same family since it was built. This created a sentimental appeal for its new owners, but to say it was in disrepair was an understatement. As builder Joe Petrina, with whom the couple had met when looking at a previous house, puts it, “It hadn’t had a thing done to it in 50 years.”
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The owners’ Natuzzi sofa offers comfort in the living room, where designers Joelle C. Nesen and Lucy Roland appointed a Jonathan Adler lounge chair in Zimmer + Rohde fabric, Noir stools, and a woven Conran chair for vintage appeal. A wool Surya rug tops a sea-grass DMI carpet, lending textural contrast.
Arteriors lamps and a C. JerĂŠ wall sculpture from Jonathan Adler peek into the kitchen from the living area. Barstools from Design Within Reach pull up to countertops from Pental Granite & Marble beneath Circa Lighting pendants.
Cedar siding from Lakeside Lumber lends a sense of verticality to the exterior of the house. Opposite: A hallway, illuminated by pendants from Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co., leads to the bedrooms, while a stair points to the family room below. Brooke Westlundâ€™s painting is from Great Jones Home.
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In contrast with their casual approach to finding the house, their plans for its renovation were anything but. From the outset, they had a clear idea of what the place should and shouldn’t be. “We wanted to stay fairly true to the lines of the original house,” says the wife. “We didn’t want to have a lot of empty spaces, and we knew we wanted to warm it up with natural materials—wood, metal and concrete.” Inside, they wanted to create a sophisticated yet cozy landing pad for their growing family. The couple’s extensive research led them to residential designer Rick Berry, principle at the architecture firm they had been admiring. “Each of their homes was different, but the foundations were clean and interesting and could be layered on top of,” says the wife. That aesthetic dovetailed perfectly with the couple’s goals, and so Berry got to work, with architects Jeff Lusin and Kelly Edwards helping to bring the project to life. “We saved the downstairs and lower-level perimeter and built a new main level and an addition to the side, which we angled to capture the views,” says Berry. The number of windows tripled, with clerestories to bring northern light into the house and overhangs on the south to block the harsh summer sun. For the exterior, they aimed for a contemporary yet welcoming feel, with cedar siding “stained so the front of the house really pops,” Berry says. The landscape architecture, by Steve Shapiro and Blair Didway, contrasts the lines of the house with the naturalistic feel of basalt boulders and woodsy plantings. A dry stream, lined and topped with river rock, offers aesthetic appeal and also solved a draining issue.
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Planters from Tony + Michael dot the waxed elm Noir dining tableâ€”classic Eames chairs from Design Within Reach surround it. Above is a Restoration Hardware antler chandelier that was refinished by Haussworks. The space looks out onto the deck and view.
Vintage McGuire nightstands and a pair of 1970s-inspired Arteriors lamps flank a bed from Room & Board in the master bedroom. The bed stands atop a plush carpet from West Elm. Midcentury modern-inspired draperies, fabricated by Portland Drapery Co., feature a gauzy Calvin Klein fabric.
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The couple’s approach to the interiors was similarly thoughtful. Although they had worked with Domestic Arts’ Charlotte Cooney on paint color, carpet, tile selections and the countertops during the construction process, before jumping into the furnishings in earnest, “we decided to live in the house for a while,” says the wife. When they were ready, they knew they wanted to be a bit more playful. “We wanted it to have contrast—the sleek modern and the bohemian.” They connected with designers Joelle C. Nesen and Lucy Roland and brought visual references that ranged from high-concept Modernism to eclectic, handcrafted goods. From those opposing concepts, Nesen and Roland gave the owners “a gentle collected mix—a little groovy but timeless,” says Nesen. In their scheme, Modernist icons, such as the Eames dining chairs, mingle with more textural pieces such as an antler chandelier or a mod lounge chair covered in a nubby textile. A unique palette of reds and purples soften the crisp whiteness of the walls. Brass elements—on a vintage night table, a floor lamp—provide an earthy sort of glamour. Like the house itself, though, everything has a purpose and a place. “There aren’t a lot of extras anywhere,” says Nesen. Although the project began quickly, the final product tells the tale of deep and reflective collaboration. “It was a very rich and experiential process that developed over time,” says the wife. “We all brought something to the table and let the journey unfold naturally without holding on to any one concept too tightly.” L LUXE INTERIORS
ISLAND TIME CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE AND WARM MATERIALS TRANSFORM WHAT WAS ONCE A SUMMER-ONLY RETREAT INTO A YEAR-ROUND GETAWAY. W R I T T E N B Y TA TE GUN N E RSO N
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ARCHITECTURE Joseph Herrin, Heliotrope Architects HOME BUILDER Jonathan White, White Construction, Co. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Steve Stanzione, Native Landscapes BEDROOMS 4
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A Flexform sofa from Inform Interiors is one of the few upholstered furnishings in the home, which features many custom built-ins and unique pieces. Architect Joseph Herrin designed the coffee table, for example, and had it fabricated by Orcas Wood. The wool rug is from Green Depot.
t’s a magical setting,” says the owner of a contemporary waterfront retreat on Orcas Island. The property has been in his family for nearly five decades, and he has many fond memories of summers spent in the much smaller, more rustic
cabin that once stood on the site. When he and his wife took ownership of the property, they decided to replace the cabin with a more updated home. “We wanted to create something with additional space that also took better advantage of the light and views,” the wife says. For the undertaking, the couple turned to architect Joseph Herrin. “They were interested in an island vernacular, a Cape Cod style for the Northwest,” Herrin explains, pointing to his creation—a cedar-clad two-story barn-style structure that encompasses the bedrooms and bathrooms. Attached to it is a contemporary one-story structure that houses a great room with an expansive water vista. “Virtually every room in the house has a view, even though the short width of the house faces the sea,” the architect explains. “The living and dining space is one story so the second-floor bedrooms look over the top of it.”
In the background, a set of contemporary chairs complements a dining table designed by Herrin and made by Orcas Wood using a madrona tree that was salvaged from the property. Mark Padbury and his team from Buckhorn Farm Woodworks crafted the home’s Douglas fir cabinetry.
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According to builder Jonathan White, the project’s simplicity belies its complexity. “Larger homes have details per square foot while smaller homes like this have details per square inch,” White explains, noting the frame of the custom front door, which is separated by a quarter-inch reveal from wood paneling that was precisely milled from local fir trees. Fir was also used for the hardwood floors and custom built-in cabinetry that can be found in the home. “There wasn’t a lot of furniture to buy,” says Herrin, who worked with the owner on the built-ins and main floor furnishings; designer Bonnie Ward of Designward, Inc. stepped in to help the owner select window treatments and fabrics for pillows and window seats. Herrin designed the dining room table and a cocktail table, which
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For the kitchen, appliance selections include a Bertazzoni range and oven, a Zephyr hood and a Sub-Zero refrigerator. A Zucchetti faucet from Seattle Interiors shines against a limestone countertop from Quarry S/E. The barstools are from Inform Interiors.
Chairs by Loll Designs from Design Within Reach add a splash of color to the deck, which overlooks the sea. A long wood plank plays an aesthetic role while also supporting the roof, which was installed by Duke Contracting Services.
Above: The master bedroom was designed with windows serving as the headboard; draperies from SMJ Studio frame the water view. Left: The spiral staircase leads to the bedrooms on the second level. The flooring, made of 1-inch-thick fir planks and milled on Orcas Island, also runs throughout the living and dining areas in the great room.
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were both milled from a madrona tree that fell on the property before construction commenced. “The distinctions between furnishings and cabinetry blur and become irrelevant,” Herrin says. “It’s just one work.” To likewise blur the distinctions between interior and exterior, Herrin carried the cedar siding on the barn-like structure into the interior of the great room, where it creates a dramatic accent wall for the living and dining areas. Nearby, a pair of rusted steel structural columns supports a long plank that extends past the glass walls to the exterior on both sides. “Connecting the indoors and outdoors in this way is a classic device,” Herrin says. “Frank Lloyd Wright did it, and he likely got it from traditional Japanese architecture. It goes back centuries.”
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Decks on both sides lead to walkways paved with natural beach gravel that landscape designer Steve Stanzione selected to tie in to the waterfront. On the side facing the sea, Stanzione incorporated a variegated bluestone patio with a fire pit. “It’s a neutral material that blends in quite well with the surroundings,” says Stanzione, who also added evergreens, fir, cypress and other foliage to the existing landscape. Although the project went smoothly and even wrapped up two months earlier than expected, the crew faced many site constraints. Perhaps most unforeseen was the ancient Lummi Nation fire pit that they found beneath the old cottage. Before construction could proceed, the pit had to be carefully excavated, capped with concrete, and then cataloged with the Smithsonian Institution Archives. Unpredicted as it was, Herrin was not necessarily surprised by the discovery. “Human beings have found this to be a pretty sweet place to hang out for at least 1,500 years,” Herrin says. The owners are no exception. “I’ve never known anyone who has visited and not fallen in love with this island,” the wife says. “Before, we’d close it up in October and not be able to go back until April or May. Now we’re able to spend time here year-round, and we couldn’t be happier.” L
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Landscape designer Steve Stanzione installed a bluestone patio and natural beach gravel, appropriate as the home takes in a waterfront view. The great roomâ€™s windows and doors were custom designed by Herrin and fabricated by KLM Custom Sash.
A RESIDENCE ON LAKE OSWEGO BLENDS HANDSOME ARCHITECTURE AND STYLISH DECOR AS IT TAKES ADVANTAGE OF ITS SPECTACULAR SCENERY. WRITTEN BY CHARLOTTE SAFAVI
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PHOTOGRAPHY BY LINCOLN BARBOUR
INTERIOR DESIGN Leslie Minervini, Minervini Interiors ARCHITECTURE Curtis Olson and Ralph Olson, Olson Group Architects AIA LLC HOME BUILDER John Tercek, Stoneridge Custom Development, LLC LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Michael Schultz, Michael Schultz Landscape Design BEDROOMS 4
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The homeâ€™s gray exterior provides a neutral prelude to the light and airy palette found inside. Architectural materials include cedar lap siding, ledge bluestone work by Mark Zetter Brickmason and ebonized wood-clad windows, manufactured by Marvin Windows and Doors and supplied by Portland Millwork.
Above: A Kravet rug balances the lines of the pivot entry door from Portland Millwork, as well as the rectilinear Currey & Company chandelier. Phillip Jeffries grass-cloth wallpaper defines the stairwell, along with a custom railing by Boden Alexander. Left: A chest from Michael Folks Showroom blends traditional and contemporary elements.
he view is big,” says interior designer Leslie Minervini, referring to the breathtaking panoramas seen from the house that she helped design above picturesque Lake Oswego. “On cloudy days, you see the peaks. And when
the sun comes out, you see everything. I call it the hovercraft.” Soaring above the lake as it does, the site presented challenges. The lot is long and narrow, ending in a sharp drop; Curtis Olson, who designed the house along with architect Ralph Olson, recalls the infinity pool being placed at the southernmost lip, overlooking the lake, before building the actual house. “The clients wanted their home to be organized around entertaining and outdoor living,” Curtis says of the Pellow family, a couple with teenage boys. “They also wanted to blend the indoor and outdoor areas, while facing their beautiful view as much as possible.”
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This was partly achieved by creating an extensive poolside courtyard at the rear of the residence. The hardscape material is dyed acid-washed concrete, with deep scoring and porcelain tile inlays or polished concrete defining specific niches, such as the covered outdoor living room, the sunbathing deck and the fire-pit terrace. “Smooth concrete has plenty of traction for rain or pool water. It’s skid-free and comfortable on the skin,” says landscape designer Michael Schultz, who collaborated with the architect and owners John and Kerri on the pool and hardscaping. The home’s inside-outside connectivity was further enhanced by the entire back wall’s opening onto the rear landscape through a sophisticated system of sliding glass doors and windows. “Everything had to be very precisely installed, so the indoor flooring, cabinetry and sheetrock would integrate seamlessly to the outdoors,” says builder John Tercek. The result is that the kitchen, great room and bar on the first floor combine with the poolside patio to create one vast indoor-outdoor space. There’s also an enclosed front courtyard off the dining area that facilitates even more flow. “I created subtle delineation,” Curtis says of the open plan. “Some is structural, like dropped ceiling beams, and some is material, such as the limestone block that houses the great room’s fireplace.” 248 L U X E I N T E R I O R S
Weiland sliding glass doors connect the great room to the terrace and pool. Furniture includes a sofa table, gray cowhide ottomans and Lee Industries sofas, all found at Bedford Brown. The Noir coffee table came from Nest Showroom Portland. A rug from Contract Furnishings Mart further softens the scene.
Walnut chairs circle a painted wood table in the breakfast nook, all from Bedford Brown. The Visual Comfort & Co. light is from Accent Lighting. Underfoot, the custom-milled rift-sawn white oak flooring is from Contract Furnishings Mart.
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Minervini worked in spatial distinction throughout the home using what she calls “50 shades of white.” Tied together by custom oak floors, the main rooms are painted in varying degrees of the crisp hue. “The
Contrast is key in the kitchen, which features stained rift walnut and painted white cabinetry from Imperial Cabinets & Millwork, and quartz countertops from Pental Granite & Marble, fabricated by Stone Center. Cyan Design lights from Accent Lighting suspend over the island.
paint we selected for the trim and cabinetry is a pure white with no pigment so as to offer some contrast,” she says. The kitchen and bar areas are also defined by flat-fronted walnut contemporary cabinets juxtaposed against white-painted Shaker-style cabinetry with traditional moldings. “The bones of the house are contemporary,” says Minervini, who worked closely with Kerri when picking out materials, finishes and furnishings, “but with a traditional twist.” These nods to tradition include a warm, inviting grass-cloth wallpaper in the stairwell, X-motif triple-paneled doors and hanging mirrors in the bathrooms. “I wanted the décor to be simple and casual, yet pretty and interesting, for people to move around easily and be comfortable,” says Kerri. LUXE INTERIORS
In the covered outdoor living room, a mantel made from an oak tree that once stood at the corner of the property contrasts with the bluestone fireplace, which ensures the space can be used during the colder months. Lee Industries sofas offer comfortable seating beneath a Troy Lighting pendant, part of a pair.
Above: The vast outdoor space has an infinity-edge pool and integrated spa from Blue Mountain Pools. Left: Superior Standards Construction finished the flatwork with acid-washed concrete. The dining chairs and table were purchased from Restoration Hardware.
The master bedroom is a light-filled oasis during the day and softly lit at night by a Hudson Valley Lighting chandelier and bedside lamps by Arteriors. Both the bed and daybed are by Lee Industries, acquired through Bedford Brown. The homeownerâ€™s bench was reupholstered in Kravet fabric by Rose City Upholstery.
A Kravet rug lies at the base of the triple-panel custom TruStile door of the master bathroom. Porcelanosa tiles make way for rift-cut walnut vanities by Imperial Cabinets & Millwork and quartz countertops from Pental Granite & Marble. The drum pendant is by Stonegate Designs.
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The layout works perfectly for entertaining, with living and dining furniture grouped inside and outside. Overall, transitional furnishings combine contemporary shapes with traditional fabrics, and the neutral palette of grays and tans is enlivened by dashes of citron, fun patterns, cowhide textures, nailhead trim, the shine of chrome and sculptural lighting. “We kept a clean look that wasn’t overly embellished, so that you weren’t constantly noticing things in the house instead of focusing on the bigger picture outside,” adds Minervini. The Pellow home fulfills its promise: a place where indoors and outdoors meet, and where folks love to spend time. “I have girlfriends over for happy hour in the Zen-like front courtyard, or our neighbors come over and use the pool,” Kerri says. “Even when we’re not entertaining, my husband sits in the covered outdoor living room, watching a TV show and smoking a cigar.” L LUXE INTERIORS
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KITCHEN CABINET HARDWARE Classic Brass Chown Hardware Portland, OR 503.243.6500 KITCHEN & BATH DESIGN Michelle Vranizan Interior Design, LLC Portland, OR 503.539.7940 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Huntington and Kiest Landscape Architects Portland, OR 503.222.3383 LIVING ROOM SIDE TABLES Gearhart Ironwerks Gearhart, OR 800.738.5434
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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Shapiro Didway Landscape Architecture Portland, OR 503.232.0520 LANDSCAPE INSTALLATION Catandella Landscape Company Inc. Hillsboro, OR 503.356.8022 METALWORK Sol Creations Portland, OR 503.307.9051 MILLWORK Portland Millwork Inc. Wilsonville, OR 503.612.6828
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The Craigmuir Castle is now available. One of North Central Washington’s residential landmarks, located in the heart of Wenatchee, Washington. The Craigmuir Castle encompasses over 10,000 square feet of wonderful living space that includes 5 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, 2 3/4 bathrooms, 6 ﬁreplaces and a beautiful formal dining room. Old-world elegance coupled with modern amenities, such as a chef’s kitchen, butlers pantry, media room, work-out facilities and a very private and lovely pool and spa, add to the sense of endless space. The Craigmuir Castle was commissioned in 1922 by the Muirhead family, a Scottish descendant, with ﬁnal construction completed in 1929. The Craigmuir Castle can be simply deﬁned in one word; and that is love. From its inception to the current years of modern restoration, love of detail from the craftsman who built it, to the care and nurturing from the owners, love is what gives the Craigmuir Castle its unique place in America’s top residential homes.
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A B O U T P I LC H U C K Founded in 1971, Pilchuck is an internationally recognized school that offers an in-depth education in glass and attracts artists from all over the world. The school is located fifty miles north of Seattle, Washington in the forested foothills of the Cascade Range, overlooking Puget Sound. Educational programs run May through early September and residency opportunities are available throughout the year. Pilchuck’s mission is to inspire creativity and build a thriving artistic community where all program participants–whether student, instructor, artist in residence, intern, assistant, or staff member–are transformed by their experience. Event details at pilchuck.com
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style sheet. FINDING THEIR INSPIRATION IN FASHION, THREE DASHING DESIGNERS SHARE THEIR SECRETS FOR POLISHED INTERIORS U S I N G S O P H I S T I C A T E D M A T E R I A L S , C O L O R S A N D TEXTURES. WRITTEN AND PRODUCED BY
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AN AVANT-GARDE DESIGN SENSIBILITY PAIRED WITH SUBTLE SOPHISTICATION PROMISES AN OVER-THE-TOP DINING ROOM IN CHICAGO.
DISTINCTIVE DÉCOR Designer Kara Mann creates impeccable interiors for clients from her hometown of Chicago to the glittering city of Dubai. When asked about her favored fashion designer, she exclaims “Hedi Slimane for Saint Laurent. He makes rocker chic elegant,” she continues, almost inadvertently describing her own signature style. In the dining room pictured here, the draperies are made from Missoni fabric, while the chandelier mimics the punk theme of this year’s Met Ball. Recently, Mann launched a collection of supple leather fabrics with Moore & Giles, citing things such as a vintage Gucci motorcycle jacket as inspiration. Not surprising then that she crowns leather her favorite “non-neutral” neutral. Q+A How has your personal style evolved over the years? It’s become more edited, more sophisticated and more simplified. What is one trend that you’d love to see go? As far as interior design, I’d be happy not to see any more overdyed rugs, and for fashion I’m fairly tired of asymmetrical hems.
“I would describe my personal aesthetic and my interior design style as one in the same really...elegant, effortless edge.”
A patterned saucer reflects on a metallic demitasse. Mixed Anamorphic Cup and Saucer Set, $125; momastore.org
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With storage to boot, the beauty of this rare gypse cabinet is more than skin-deep. Gypse Cabinet, $22,500; bespokeglobal.com
If one can put together an outfit, would you agree one could also pull together a room? If you’ve got it, you’ve got it.
The retro design of this mixed-metal fire screen is artfully dramatic. Starburst Fire Screen, price available upon request; johnlyledesign.com
Infinite facets of aquamarine glass shimmer and shine in this classically formed vase. Century Vase, $3,895; moserusa.com
PORTRAIT: JONATHAN BECKERMAN. DINING ROOM PHOTO: TONY SOLURI.
What is your favorite fashion fabric to use in your design projects? Toyine Seller’s wovens. They are ridiculously chic.
ADVENTUROUS PATTERNS, TAILORED LINES AND JUST THE RIGHT DOSE OF COLOR EQUAL A MODISH MASTERPIECE IN NEW YORK’S GRAMERCY PARK.
GENTLEMEN’S QUARTERS The living room of designer Robert Passal’s New York apartment, with its custom moldings and eclectic accessories, perfectly exhibits his aesthetic, self-described as “classic and tailored with a definitive edge.” Passal’s décor point of view effuses his personal style, although he believes “there is a vast difference between dressing yourself and dressing a room.” With interiors, “space, scale and functionality are all major factors,” he explains. Not one to shy away from color, Passal considers a wide range of shades to be the easiest way to incorporate fashion into the home, his favorite hue being aqua. “I’m often called a peacock,” Passal laughs, “which I’ll take as a chic term of endearment.” Q+A Do you ever use fashion fabrics in your design projects? I’m crazy for men’s suiting, especially gray flannel and cashmere chalk stripes used in upholstery. Do you side more with Chanel’s “remove one item before leaving the house” or Tony Duquette’s “more is more?” I fall somewhere in the middle, but the trick is knowing when to stop. Living with items you love, be it art, accessories or daily heirlooms, makes a house a home.
LIVING ROOM PHOTO: JOSHUA MCHUGH. PORTRAIT: JONATHAN BECKERMAN.
Favorite fashion designer? If I could cross-pollinate Tom Ford and Paul Stuart, I would turn one of my bedrooms into a walk-in closet.
“I’ve never been a fan of the ‘staged’ approach to decorating. Personal accessories can turn a mediocre space into a stunning home.”
Red coral resin with a maritime theme will cast a fiery glow in any setting. Diallo Chandelier, $3,000; arteriors.com
Made of solid wood and two-way hinges, this screen has a chic and functional appeal. Ventura Screen, $1,370; mgbwhome.com
Best style advice? “The only way to get what you really want is to let go of what you don’t want.”
Ikat fabric is enveloped with Lucite to create a stylish presentation. Madeline Weinrib Brindle Mor Tray, priced from $495; barneys.com
Get a handle on chinoiserie flair with a statement turquoise vase. Emissary Dragon Vase, $435; claytongrayhome.com
SUBTLE PATTERNS, NOTEWORTHY SHAPES AND RICH TEXTURES TAKE CENTER STAGE IN A LAID-BACK CALIFORNIA LIVING SPACE.
INNATE STYLE Best known for a Hollywood-glam aesthetic in a mostly neutral palette, designer and shop owner Tobi Tobin believes that style comes from within, and as is the case with any tastemaker, she claims her tastes have evolved over the years. “I’ve come a long way from wearing preppy embroidered pants in Palm Beach,” she jokes. In her own Los Angeles living room, Tobin expertly layers creams, grays and wood tones, taking cues from Donna Karan—a favorite fashion designer. Her home also works as a place to try out new ideas for her eponymous shop on Sunset Boulevard, where she sells her own furniture collection among vintage pieces and signature candles. Q+A Best style advice? Style truly comes from within, but having the courage to live with it and express it to the world takes confidence. What’s your favorite unexpected neutral? Flax linen is a beautiful neutral, but only when paired with a range of other textures. How do you see fashion trends translated for interiors? Most often through color selection. As designers, we can’t help ourselves. Fashion and interiors have always gone hand in hand.
Black, cream and a hint of gold create an instant floral classic. Catalina Fabric in Onyx, $132 per yard; ralphlaurenhome.com
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A woodsy take on the tub chair is both comfortable and modern. Robinson Chair, $3,950; hunifordcollection.com
“Whether styling a room or an outfit, you should figure out what scale works for you. Great designers have a keen sense of proportions.”
This hand-cast solid brass antler is a glamorous alternative to taxidermy and adds elegance to its locale. Antler, $195; aerin.com
Iconic basket weave is seen here in form of a parchment shade. Pergamena Intrecciato Lamp, $10,800; bottegaveneta.com
PORTRAIT AND LIVING ROOM PHOTO: GREY CRAWFORD.
Who is your favorite fashion designer? I am a huge Donna Karan fan. She is incredibly talented and innately knows her brand.
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Jesse Bratter, Features Editor, Luxe Interiors + Design Antonio Harvey, Radio Analyst and Former Trail Blazers Player Jerome Kersey, Trail Blazers Alumni Ambassador and Former Trail Blazers Great Bill Schonely, Former Trail Blazers Announcer and NBA Hall of Fame Inductee
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RESTAURANTS Acadia Bistro, Chef/Owner, Adam Higgs El Gaucho, Executive Chef, Alex Parsons Nostrana/Oven & Shaker, Chef/Owner, Cathy Whims, 5-time James Beard Finalist; Best Chef Northwest 2013 The Bent Brick & Park Kitchen, Chef/Owner, Scott Dolich, Food & Wine Best New Chef 2004; James Beard Finalist; Best Chef Northwest 2008 Chef Chris Carriker, Freelance Executive Chef
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Best Appetizer Tim Sweeney, Chown Hardware Mark Nye, Skylab Architects Andee Hess, Osmose Design Steven Koch, Koch Landscape Architecture Chef Parsons Don Arancibia, Mari Design James Yaker, Vanillawood, Design/Build
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Best Dessert Chad Patton, Kirk Alan Wood & Design Tim Roberts, Pratt & Larson Melody Emerick, Emerick Architects Tom Clarke, Thomas Clarke Construction Chef Carriker David Cone, NW Custom Audio Video Matthew Boyes, Cielo Home Scott Louis Brown, J. S. Brown Design
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Best Presentation Robert Harvey Oshatz, Architect Ty Culver, Oregon Tile & Marble Brian Bohrer, Cornerstone Construction Chef Higgs Jeff Johnson, Western Pacific Building Materials Janie Lowie, Closet Theory Amy Tacke, Miller Paint Garrison Hullinger, Garrison Hullinger Interior Design
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The competition consisted of five teams battling it out in an hour-long food frenzy to create an appetizer and dessert made from two secret ingredients announced seconds before the shotgun!
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The evening was a huge success. Luxe Interiors + Design and Standard TV & Appliance graciously thank our generous sponsors for helping us give back to local children in need.
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Wolf convection steam oven CSO24. Wolf combines the benefits of convection heat and steam, adding the right amount of moisture at just the right times for perfect results.
Hundreds of beautiful choices for your most selective clients.
Since 1982, Bradlee Distributors has offered the finest in luxury home appliances. Its showrooms provide consumers the opportunity to experience firsthand a selection of industry-leading brands, such as Sub-Zero, Wolf, ASKO and Franke, in a pressure-free environment.
King Architectural Metals is proud to offer its Grande Forge line of balusters and stair railing components. Skillfully crafted in France, these hand-forged items include adornments of Swarovski Crystal and provide a level of luxury and sophistication for the most discerning designs and clients.
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METAL SOLUTIONS LLC
Contact T.P.A. to schedule a complimentary consultation for your next project.
The Pence Associates Architects strives to provide personalized architectural services from conceptual design through construction for new residential and remodel projects. The Pence Associatesâ€™ dedication to a collaborative client-architect relationship maximizes the harmony of the functional and aesthetic to produce exceptional environments of enduring value.
2208 236th Street Southeast, Bothell, Washington 206.915.4882 | email@example.com
For more than 18 years, Metal Solutions LLC has created high-end furniture, architectural elements and sculpture, with an emphasis on aesthetics and how each piece relates to its environment. Connections, textures and patinas all play an important role in the success of each project.
5212 6th Avenue, Seattle, Washington 206.682.5587 | metalsolutionsllc.com
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STEVE LOPES, BLACKSMITH INC.
DOORS + WINDOWS
Architecturally inspired wood and metal products.
Using a hammer, anvil and forge, combined with a contemporary design sense, Steve Lopes has constructed design solutions in metal throughout the West for 35 years. He specializes in door hardware, lighting, railing, range hoods, furniture and interior/exterior architectural detailing.
72 Denny Avenue, Port Townsend, Washington 360.385.5448 | stevelopesblacksmith.com
Parr Lumber has 22 locations in Oregon and Washington.
Established in 1930, Parr Lumber is a Pacific Northwest family-owned business committed to providing builders, contractors, architects, designers and homeowners exceptional products, service and expertise. Contact a local sales representative for information on lumber, windows, doors, decking, fencing, siding or cabinets.
866.214.7277 | parr.com
Northstar Woodworks and Jada Metals announce a newly formed collaboration to better serve their clients. Specializing in custom wood doors and windows and "thermally broken steel" with patina finishes.
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QUANTUM WINDOWS & DOORS
DOORS + WINDOWS
Architecture by mw|works architecture + design. Photography by Jeremy Bitterman Photography.
Quantum Windows & Doors brings you the finest quality in custom wood and clad windows and doors. Quantum provides solutions to the most creative and challenging projects, and its commitment to integrity, design and craftsmanship is evident in every window and door it builds.
800.287.6650 | quantumwindows.com
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MOORE ELEVATOR COMPANY
Visit one of the 10 Great Floors showrooms in Puget Sound to begin your home redesign from the floor up.
Moore Elevator Company is a family-owned company that focuses on the customer. They specialize in providing service, repair and installation for all residential elevator needs. Moore Elevator has experience, expertise and a diverse product line that allows them to provide convenient solutions for all homes.
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FABRICS + WINDOW COVERINGS
Great Floors SODO Design Center offers a unique showroom for architects, designers and discriminating homeowners, featuring floor coverings, stone slab, plumbing fixtures and more. By showcasing the latest in designer carpets, exotic hardwoods, unique tiles and natural stones, great design begins with Great Floors.
1251 1st Avenue South, Seattle, Washington 206.624.7800 | greatfloors.com
FURNITURE + ACCESSORIES
Rainier Shade’s products reduce the sun’s glare, heat and ultraviolet rays to cool your home and minimize fading furnishings.
Rethinking how furniture is made.
Rainier Shade's retractable screens and awnings are custom crafted for your residence in its Seattle facility. Since 1896, Rainier Shade has earned a reputation as a manufacturer of the highest quality shade products. Rainier Shade’s skilled consultants can design solutions for all weather control challenges.
At not2big®, modern, artisan furniture is built one piece at a time. Timelessly designed and engineered to last, not2big’s furniture is beautiful yet functional. Combining a variety of wood, metal and repurposed materials, the goal is to inspire, delight and surprise.
18375 Olympic Avenue South, Tukwila, Washington 425.336.2228 | rainiershade.com
9418 Southeast 5th Street, Bellevue, Washington 425.503.0710 | not2big.com
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NORTHWEST CUSTOM AUDIO VIDEO
Northwest Custom Audio Video boasts originality and imagination in each design. From integrated convenience systems to home theaters, there is no limit to their creativity.
4018 Northeast 112th Avenue, Suite D7, Vancouver, Washington 360.882.0290 | nwcustom.net
Wipliance specializes in providing solutions for your home or business that are simple to use, reliable to own and give best-in-class performance. Staffed by individuals with decades of experience between them, Wipliance knows a thing or two about electronic systems and everything about service delivery.
425.702.8600 | wipliance.com
BRIAN SCHNEIDER WOODWORKS
HOME BUILDER + REMODELER
Brian Schneider Woodworks offers a variety of services tailored to meet the unique needs of each client as well as the distinctive demands of each individual project. BSW assists the client not only with custom construction services but also with remodel and small projects as well. BSW is dedicated to making the construction process a pleasant experience for clients.
403 Cosgrove Street Northwest, Bainbridge Island, Washington 206.715.2644
DESIGN GUILD HOMES
HOME BUILDER + REMODELER
Design Guild Homes specializes in building homes with personal touches that express personalities and dreams. Visit Design Guild Homesâ€™ website, and become inspired by its vast portfolio of award-winning custom homes, remodels and additions. Few home builders have more experience; none have more satisfied clients.
10001 Northeast 8th Street, Suite 201, Bellevue, Washington 425.455.3133 | designguildhomes.com
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MIKE FISHER CONSTRUCTION INCORPORATED
HOME BUILDER + REMODELER
HOME BUILDER + REMODELER
Mike Fisher Construction uses quality materials, craftsmanship and techniques to create custom masterpieces that clients enjoy for many years.
Mike Fisher Construction Incorporated is more than a construction company—it’s a group of people who can help you turn your vision into reality. After 32 years in the business, Mike Fisher is passionate about building and thrives on the challenge of turning ideas into places where people live and work.
10462 Secretariat Lane Northeast, Bainbridge Island, Washington 206.842.3706 | email@example.com
PRESTIGE CUSTOM BUILDERS
HOME BUILDER + REMODELER
Schultz Miller believes building a home means building a relationship that lasts. The company has built and remodeled some of the most distinctive homes in the Seattle area. At every level, Schultz Miller’s promise is the same: integrity, clear communication and workmanship of impeccable quality.
405 Fairview Avenue North, Seattle, Washington 206.281.1234 | schultzmiller.com
CULLEN BRADY INTERIOR DESIGN
Prestige Custom Builders offers a premium experience accessible to all.
Prestige Custom Builders is a trusted home advisor for remodels, custombuilt homes and home maintenance projects. Prestige Custom Builders helps clients improve their lifestyles and achieve home-related dreams with an expert team and an efficient construction process. Proud to be serving Puget Sound since 1981.
7914 Seward Park Avenue South, Seattle, Washington 206.722.1540 | prestigecustombuilders.com
Cullen Brady Interior Design is a full-service interior design firm offering clients livable, classic and timeless spaces. If your project is new construction, a renovation or you want to update an existing space, Cullen Brady's passion for interior design will help you through the design process.
400 Winslow Way East, Suite 280, Bainbridge Island, Washington 206.291.5549 | cullenbrady.com
SP EC IA L A DVER TISIN G SECTIO N
HENSEL DESIGN STUDIOS
BAYWOLF DALTON, INC.
KITCHEN + BATH
Carefully selected accessories and artworks are a specialty of Hensel Design Studios.
Rutt HandCrafted Cabinetry: custom on both the inside and out. Why would you want anything else? Your vision, your lifestyle.
Steven Hensel of Hensel Design Studios creates contemporary interiors through an artist’s eye. Balancing the principles of fine art—scale and proportion, texture and color, translucency and transparency—Hensel creates tranquil living spaces that are as unique as the clients who live in them.
For 23 years, Baywolf Dalton, Inc. has provided timeless design solutions tailored for your needs. The company’s projects reflect the latest innovations and materials, uncompromisingly crafted into signature kitchens and bathrooms. Meet at the showroom or your home to experience the quality of Rutt HandCrafted Cabinetry.
80 Vine Street, Suite 303, Seattle, Washington 206.728.1657 | henseldesignstudios.com
The team of talented interior designers at Six Walls creates, furnishes and coordinates custom design solutions for some of the finest homes in Western Washington.
2630 77th Avenue Southeast, Suite 102, Mercer Island, Washington 206.275.3399 | six-walls.com
3240 Northeast 45th Street, Seattle, Washington 206.523.1123 | firstname.lastname@example.org
KITCHEN + BATH
Whether your tastes are simple or stately, DeWils custom cabinetry has the perfect style for you. And while they may look different on the surface, all of DeWils’ cabinets have something very important in common: handcrafted workmanship. Proudly crafted in the USA.
SP EC IA L A DVER TISIN G SECTIO N
Lighting solutions now at Chown.
Chown Hardware, supplier of plumbing and hardware for many of the Pacific Northwest’s most beautiful homes, is pleased to now offer lighting solutions. Lighting can make a significant difference in any design, spotlighting the artistic elements, adding depth and interest and providing the right light for tasks.
12001 Northeast 12th Street, Bellevue, Washington 800.574.4312 | chown.com
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You choose your carpets, tile, area and oriental rugs carefully—shouldn’t you do the same when they need cleaning or repair? HammondKnoll has been the South Puget Sound’s most trusted carpet, tile and area rug experts since 1939.
3320 South G Street, Tacoma, Washington 888.723.7097 | hammondknoll.com
TIERRA SOL CERAMIC TILE
STONE + TILE
Sit back and relax while you plan your day in an organized space that is designed to your tastes.
Introducing Nova Hex, arriving fall 2013.
Organized Spaces is comprised of perfectionists, creative artists and neat freaks who design and install built-in systems that create flexibility, form and function for any room in your home or business.
For the full catalogue, please visit Tierra Sol's website and visit one of it's four branches in Seattle, Calgary, Edmonton or Vancouver.
11214 120th Avenue Northeast, Kirkland, Washington 425.823.4847 | organizedspaces.com
18436 Cascade Avenue South, Tukwila, Washington 425.251.5333 | tierrasolceramictile.com
BETH BILLINGTON: YOUR EASTSIDE REAL ESTATE RESOURCE
COLDWELL BANKER BAIN Beth Billington consistently receives top recognition at Coldwell Banker Bain, the largest international real estate firm in Washington. Having served the Eastside for more than 22 years, Beth offers proven negotiating skills and the highest level of professionalism. She believes communication is key and her clientsâ€™ best interest is always her No. 1 priority. This is illustrated by the level of satisfaction achieved, number of referrals and repeat clients. For all your real estate needs, Beth is the right choice. bethbillington.com; 425.450.5208
GARDEN AS ART
cambium landscape The crow caws above bountiful daisies. Cambium designed a stone privacy wall to act as canvas for Seattle mosaic tile artist Elizabeth Cross. Her piece enlivens the view outside a master bath window. The natural, robust basalt stone contrasts with and accents the glossy, colorful tile. Lush evergreen sweet box softens and completes the scene. cambiumlandscape.com; 206.860.7625
CUSTOM LUXURY WATERFRONT CREATIONS
macpherson construction & design, llc As a leader in custom waterfront residential construction and design, the MacPherson team takes pride in offering a complete package of architectural, interior design and construction expertise. Clientsâ€™ expectations are far exceeded through all stages of the building process, from initial design concepts to opening the door of their brand new home. See why MacPhersonâ€™s commitment to excellence is unparalleled in quality, value and distinction. macphersonconstruction.com; 425.391.3333
DESIGN DREAMS TO DAZZLING REALITY
THE COMFORT OF ELEGANCE
odyssey builders, inc. Odyssey Builders, Inc. has been building and remodeling custom homes for more than 30 years. The company thrives on unique and challenging design concepts and is responsive to the creative and innovative ideas of the architects and designers of each project. They are absolutely committed to the highest quality construction. The hallmark of Odyssey Builders is honest and forthright business practices, open communication and professionalism. odysseybuilders.com; 206.440.9753
william & wayne kb William & Wayne KB is an awardwinning design firm specializing in kitchen and bath. The William & Wayne KB team conceives the complete plans for the kitchen or bath you have only dreamed of, creating spaces that are not only stunning, but work for you and your home. William & Wayne KB, located in the William & Wayne showroom at the Seattle Design Center. williamandwaynekb.com; 206.762.2635
Portland | Seattle | Los Angeles 503.874.4313 | 310.498.1741 closettheory.com
luxur y. living. meets. organizational. therapy.
The Finest in Custom Cabinetry and Woodworking Portland | Seattle 971.400.4744 | 503.432.5101 kirkalan.com
PACIFIC NORTHWEST ADVERTISER INDEX
JP WEAVER CO. 941 Air Way Glendale, California | 818.500.1740 jpweaver.com
JENN AIR 800.JENN.AIR jennair.com
DECORATIVE METAL ARTS 45-B South Spokane Street Seattle, Washington | 206.782.4009 decorativemetalarts.com
PLASTEEL FRAMES 3300 1st Avenue South, Suite 400 Seattle, Washington | 206.324.3379 plasteelframes.com
STANDARD TV & APPLIANCE 5240 Southeast 82nd Avenue Portland, Oregon | 503.542.3545 standardtvandappliance.com
REDSOUL METALCRAFT 3433 Airport Way South Seattle, Washington | 206.223.9949 redsoul.com
SIZZLEWORKS COOKING SCHOOL 14111 Northeast 24th Street Bellevue, Washington | 425.644.4285 sizzleworks.com
SUB-ZERO 800.222.7820 subzero-wolf.com WOOD STONE CORPORATION 1801 West Bakerview Road Bellingham, Washington | 800.578.6836 woodstonehome.com
SALISBURY WOODWORKING 7689 Northeast Day Road Bainbridge Island, Washington 206.234.3381 | wideplankfloors.com THE PARR COMPANY 866.214.7277 parr.com
BAYLIS ARCHITECTS 10801 Main Street Bellevue, Washington | 425.454.0566 baylisarchitects.com
ARGENT FABRICATION 4001 Aurora Avenue North Seattle, Washington | 206.438.0068 argentfab.com
ART + FRAMING
OFFICINE GULLO USA 800.781.7125 officinegullousa.com
THE PENCE ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS 2208 236th Street Southeast Bothell, Washington | 206.915.4882 pa-architects.net
ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS 1818 Franklin Street Bellingham, Washington | 360.746.8205 archele.com
STEVE LOPES BLACKSMITH 72 Denny Avenue Port Townsend, Washington | 360.385.5448 stevelopesblacksmith.com
MILLER PAINT 503.348.3307 millerpaint.com
CASCADE JOINERY 1349 Pacific Place Ferndale, Washington | 360.527.0119 cascadejoinery.com
THE PAINT LABORATORY 2405Â˝ 10th Avenue East Seattle, Washington | 206.557.4737 thepaintlaboratory.com
H.B.W. STUDIO 711 Bellevue Avenue East, Suite 108 Seattle, Washington | 206.274.7414 handbuiltwell.com
BASCO APPLIANCES 1411 Northwest Davis Portland, Oregon | 503.226.9235 bascoappliances.com
KING ARCHITECTURAL METALS 800.542.2379 kingmetals.com
CUSTOM METALWORK (CONTINUED)
BRADLEE DISTRIBUTORS 1400 Elliott Avenue West Seattle, Washington | 206.284.8400 bradlee.net
KIRK ALAN WOOD & DESIGN 501 A North Howard Street Newberg, Oregon | 971.400.4744 503.432.5101 | kirkalan.com
COATES DESIGN ARCHITECTS 900 Winslow Way East, Suite 210 Bainbridge Island, Washington | 206.780.0876 coatesdesign.com
FIRESIDE HOME SOLUTIONS 13200 Northeast 20th Street, Suite 100 Bellevue, Washington | 888.407.6680 firesidesolutions.com
MADERA FURNITURE COMPANY 253.572.1218 maderafurnitureco.com
HELIOTROPE ARCHITECTS 5140 Ballard Avenue Northwest, Suite B Seattle, Washington | 206.297.0442 heliotropearchitects.com
FIRESIDE HOME SOLUTIONS 18389 Southwest Boones Ferry Road Portland, Oregon | 888.407.6680 firesidesolutions.com
MARK NEWMAN DESIGN IN WOOD 1327 Southeast Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard Portland, Oregon | 503.245.1788 marknewman.com
ASHLEY NORTON ARCHITECTURAL HARDWARE 210 West Parkway, Suite 1 Pompton Plains, New Jersey | 800.393.1097 ashleynorton.com
CUSTOM GLASS DESIGN
PILCHUCK GLASS SCHOOL 430 Yale Avenue North Seattle, Washington | 206.621.8422 pilchuck.com
CHOWN HARDWARE 12001 Northeast 12th Street Bellevue, Washington | 800.574.4312 chown.com
METAL SOLUTIONS, LLC 5212 6th Avenue South Seattle, Washington | 206.682.5587 metalsolutionsllc.com
DURAVIT 888.DURAVIT duravit.us
NORTHWEST WOODWORKERS GALLERY 2111 1st Avenue Seattle, Washington | 206.625.0542 nwwoodgallery.com
RIPPLE DESIGN STUDIO 4214 Stone Way North Seattle, Washington | 206.913.2333 rippledesignstudio.com
PACIFIC NORTHWEST ADVERTISER INDEX
DOORS + WINDOWS
FURNITURE + ACCESSORIES (CONTINUED)
QUANTUM WINDOWS & DOORS, INC. 2720 34th Street Everett, Washington | 425.740.6130 quantumwindows.com
FABRICS + WINDOW COVERINGS (CONTINUED)
LEE JOFA leejofa.com
B&B ITALIA 800.872.1697 bebitalia.com
NORTHSTAR WOODWORKS INCORPORATED 6186 Portal Way Ferndale, Washington | 360.384.0307 northstarww.com
MAXWELL FABRICS maxwellfabrics.com
FLEETWOOD WINDOWS & DOORS 1 Fleetwood Way Corona, California | 800.736.7363 fleetwoodusa.com/luxe
NEWPORT CUSTOM SHUTTERS 6975 176th Avenue Northeast, Suite 343 Redmond, Washington | 425.558.9820 newportcustomshutters.com
BRIGHT CHAIR 888.524.5997 brightchair.com
LACANTINA DOORS 888.730.3898 lacantinadoors.com
PHILLIP JEFFRIES phillipjeffries.com
CAMERICH BY ALCHEMY 909 Western Avenue Seattle, Washington | 206.448.3309 alchemycollections.com
MARVIN WINDOWS AND DOORS 888.537.7828 marvin.com
CHRISTOPHER GUY 8900 Beverly Boulevard West Hollywood, California | 310.461.3250 christopherguy.com
GREAT FLOORS 1251 1st Avenue South Seattle, Washington | 206.624.7800 greatfloors.com
EBANISTA 800.570.1087 ebanista.com
NANAWALL 800.873.5673 nanawall.com
HAMMONDKNOLL 3320 South G Street Tacoma, Washington | 800.499.9686 hammondknoll.com
MILGARD WINDOWS & DOORS 1010 54th Avenue East Tacoma, Washington | 800.645.4273 milgard.com
ERIC BRAND 650.259.0207 ericbrand.com
WESTERN PACIFIC 2805 Northwest 31st Avenue Portland, Oregon | 503.224.9142 gowestpac.com
ANDONIAN RUGS 5701 6th Avenue South Seattle, Washington | 206.762.0323 andonianrugs.com
GR HOME 4520 Union Bay Place Northeast Seattle, Washington | 206.523.1882 gr-homeseattle.com
WINDOWS, DOORS & MORE 5961 Corson Avenue South, Suite 100 Seattle, Washington | 206.455.9522 windowshowroom.com
BRANDSEN HARDWOOD FLOORS 4040 Southeast Powell Boulevard Portland, Oregon | 888.775.0034 brandsenhardwood.com
HEDGE & VINE 10028 Main Street Bellevue, Washington | 425.451.7872 hedgeandvine.com
DRISCOLL ROBBINS 997 Western Avenue Seattle, Washington | 206.292.1115 driscollrobbins.com
HENREDON & SCHOENER 700 Bellevue Way Northeast, Suite 220 Bellevue, Washington | 425.454.9000 henredonschoener.com
KYLE BUNTING 512.264.1148 kylebunting.com
HUDSON FURNITURE, INC. 419 West 14th Street, 2nd Floor New York, New York | 212.645.7800 hudsonfurnitureinc.com
PARIS CERAMICS parisceramicsusa.com
IRONIES 510.644.2100 ironies.com
SAMAD 888.726.2393 samad.com
J. ROBERT SCOTT 500 North Oak Street Inglewood, California | 877.207.5130 jrobertscott.com
STACY LOGAN 616 South Lucile Street Seattle, Washington | 206.937.3333 stacylogan.com
J. TRIBBLE COLLECTION 747 Miami Circle Atlanta, Georgia | 888.652.6116 jtribble.com
MOORE ELEVATOR CO. Puyallup, Washington | 253.200.5464
GRAND EVENT RENTALS 425.462.7368 grandeventrentalswa.com
RAINIER SHADE 18375 Olympic Avenue South Tukwila, Washington | 800.869.7162 rainiershade.com
FABRICS + WINDOW COVERINGS
JIUN HO jiunho.com
FURNITURE + ACCESSORIES
NOT2BIG 9418 Southeast 5th Street Bellevue, Washington | 425.503.0710 not2big.com
LA FABRIQUE 5628 Airport Way South, Suite 102 Seattle, Washington | 206.257.5462 lafabriqueseattle.com
AARON LEVINE STUDIO FURNITURE 9954 Northeast Point View Drive Bainbridge Island, Washington 206.714.0646 | aaronlevine.net
DURALEE 800.275.3872 duralee.com
KOSELIG 2911 East Madison Street Seattle, Washington | 206.860.4332 koseligdesign.com LEXINGTON HOME BRANDS lexington.com
LINCOLN SQUARE 700 BELLEVUE WAY NE, BELLEVUE, WA PEARLBELLEVUE.COM 425.455.0181
HAPPY HOUR DAILY 3-6 PM & 9-MIDNIGHT
LUNCH - DINNER - LOUNGE
HYATT REGENCY BELLEVUE 900 BELLEVUE WAY NE, BELLEVUE, WA KORALBELLEVUE.COM 425.623.1125
PRIVATE EVENTS WELCOME FROM 10-200 GUESTS
FRENCH LE GRAND BISTRO: French bistro cuisine on the shores of Lake Washington with a broad selection of appetizers, charcuterie, soups and salads, a full raw bar menu featuring local shellfish on the half-shell, and entrees classically prepared in an authentic French style, but still moderately priced.
ON THE LAKE TWO DECKS WEEKEND BRUNCH OYSTER BAR HAPPY HOUR VALIDATED PARKING
Reservations 425.828.7778 2220 Carillon Point, Kirkland
PACIFIC NORTHWEST ADVERTISER INDEX
DESIGN GUILD HOMES 10001 Northeast 8th Street, Suite 201 Bellevue, Washington | 425.455.3133 designguildhomes.com
MASINS FINE FURNISHINGS 10708 Main Street Bellevue, Washington | 425.450.9999 masins.com
MIKE FISHER CONSTRUCTION 10462 Secretariat Lane Northeast Bainbridge Island, Washington 206.842.3706 mikefisherconstruction.com
MOTO ART 310.375.4531 motoart.com
PRESTIGE CUSTOM BUILDERS 7914 Seward Park Avenue South Seattle, Washington | 206.722.1540 prestigecustombuilders.com
ROCHE BOBOIS 1015 Western Avenue Seattle, Washington | 206.332.9744 rochebobois.com
SCHULTZ MILLER 405 Fairview Avenue North Seattle, Washington | 206.281.1234 schultzmiller.com
SCALA LUXURY scalaluxury.com
BENDER CUSTOM CONSTRUCTION 150 Lake Street South, Suite 224 Kirkland, Washington | 425.827.5511 bendercustom.com
JENNIFER WEST 5701 6th Avenue South Seattle, Washington | 206.405.4500 jwestshowroom.com
ZOKKO FINE FURNITURE 21785 Southwest Tualatin Valley Highway, Suite E Aloha, Oregon | 503.803.8435 zokkofinefurniture.com
DOVETAIL GENERAL CONTRACTING, INC. 3621 Stone Way North Seattle, Washington | 206.545.0722 dovetailgc.com
SEATTLE DESIGN CENTER 5701 6th Avenue South Seattle, Washington | 206.762.1200 seattledesigncenter.com
FAIRBANK CONSTRUCTION COMPANY fairbankconstruction.com
TERRIS DRAHEIM 5600 6th Avenue South Seattle, Washington | 206.763.4100 terrisdraheim.com
BALDWIN HARDWARE baldwinhardware.com
KING CONSTRUCTION 2240 72nd Avenue Southeast Mercer Island, Washington | 206.275.0904 king-construction.net
TRAMMELL-GAGNĂ‰ 5701 6th Avenue South, Suite 105 Seattle, Washington | 206.762.1511 tgshowroom.com
ROCKY MOUNTAIN HARDWARE 888.583.0154 rockymountainhardware.com
KREKOW JENNINGS 2011 East Olive Street Seattle, Washington | 206.625.0505 krekowjennings.com
WILLIAM & WAYNE 5701 6th Avenue South, Suite 203 Seattle, Washington | 206.762.2635 williamandwayne.com
SA BAXTER 800.407.4295 sabaxter.com
MACPHERSON CONSTRUCTION & DESIGN 21626 Southeast 28th Street Sammamish, Washington | 425.391.3333 macphersonconstruction.com
SUN VALLEY BRONZE 866.788.3631 sunvalleybronze.com
ODYSSEY BUILDERS, INC. 11006 34th Avenue Northeast Seattle, Washington | 206.440.9753 odysseybuilders.com
CULLEN BRADY INTERIOR DESIGN 400 Winslow Way East, Suite 280 Bainbridge Island, Washington 206.291.5549 | cullenbrady.com
SCHUCHART/DOW 4001 Aurora Avenue North Seattle, Washington | 206.633.3003 schuchartdow.com
HENSEL DESIGN STUDIOS 80 Vine Street, Suite 303 Seattle, Washington | 206.728.1657 henseldesignstudios.com
STEVEN D. SMITH CONSTRUCTION Redmond, Washington | 425.869.2148 stevendsmithhomes.com
SIX WALLS 2630 77th Avenue Southeast, Suite 102 Mercer Island, Washington | 206.275.3399 six-walls.com
NORTHWEST CUSTOM ELECTRIC AUDIO/VIDEO 4018 Northeast 112th Avenue, Suite D7 Vancouver, Washington | 360.882.0290 nwcustom.net
DEFINITIVE 425.289.2318 definitive.com
THOMAS CLARKE CONSTRUCTION, LLC 7375 Southwest Beveland Street, Suite 110 Tigard, Oregon | 503.597.7017 thomascclarke.com
HI-TEK GROUP Seattle, Washington | 855.245.4210 thehitekgroup.com
TOTH CONSTRUCTION 6506 2nd Avenue South Seattle, Washington | 206.242.9093 tothconstruction.com
THE SETAI, MIAMI BEACH 2001 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Florida | 888.625.7500 thesetaihotel.com
INTERIOR DESIGN SHOWROOMS
DESIGNER FURNITURE GALLERIES 5701 6th Avenue South Seattle, Washington | 206.764.9222 dfgseattle.com
BUURMAN INTERIORS 1001 Bellevue Place East Seattle, Washington | 206.484.6985 buurmaninteriors.com GARRISON HULLINGER INTERIOR DESIGN 1100 Southeast Grand Avenue, Suite 203 Portland, Oregon | 971.255.0326 garrisonhullinger.com GRACIELA RUTKOWSKI 4520 Union Bay Place Northeast Seattle, Washington | 206.527.1962 gr-lifestyle.com
WIPLIANCE 2020 124th Avenue Northeast Bellevue, Washington | 425.702.8600 wipliance.com
LISA TAYLOR DESIGNS lisataylordesigns.com
LILLIAN AUGUST FOR HICKORY WHITE lillianaugustfinefurniture.com
HOME THEATER DESIGN
BRIAN SCHNEIDER WOODWORKS 403 Cosgrove Street Northwest Bainbridge Island, Washington 206.715.2644
HOME BUILDERS + REMODELERS
FURNITURE + ACCESSORIES (CONTINUED)
PACIFIC NORTHWEST ADVERTISER INDEX
KITCHEN + BATH (CONTINUED)
HYDE EVANS DESIGN 2323 12th Avenue East Seattle, Washington | 206.323.8441 hydeevansdesign.com
KELLER SUPPLY COMPANY 3209 17th Avenue West Seattle, Washington | 206.270.4724 kellersupply.com
EASTERN ACCENTS 800.397.4556 easternaccents.com
KAREN SKADAN DESIGN 3511 Northeast 45th Street Seattle, Washington | 206.427.8569 karenskadandesign.com
POLIFORM 888.POLIFORM poliformusa.com
SCANDIA HOME scandiahome.com
KRISTINE DONOVICK INTERIOR DESIGN INC 115 West Galer Street, Suite A Seattle, Washington | 206.270.8919 kdidi.com
SIEMATIC MÖBELWERKE USA 215.604.1350 email@example.com | siematic.us
LUCAS DESIGN ASSOCIATES 1413 15th Avenue, Unit 8 Seattle, Washington | 347.225.7615 lucasinterior.com
WOOD-MODE 1 2nd Street Kreamer, Pennsylvania | 610.698.3571 wood-mode.com
MAISON, INC. 1611 Northwest Northrup Street Portland, Oregon | 503.295.0151 maisoninc.com
CAMBIUM INC. 701 34th Avenue Seattle, Washington | 206.860.7625 cambiumlandscape.com
MONTGOMERY KLASH INTERIOR DESIGN 503.224.7797 montgomeryklash.com
KENNETH PHILP LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS 2724 Northeast 55th Street Seattle, Washington | 206.783.5840 kennethphilp.com
PACKOUZ JEWELERS 522 Southwest Broadway Portland, Oregon | 503.228.3111 packouzjewelers.com
RAGEN & ASSOCIATES 517 East Pike Street Seattle, Washington | 206.329.4737 ragenassociates.com
DEWILS INDUSTRIES dewils.com
ORGANIZED SPACES 11214 120th Avenue Northeast Kirkland, Washington | 425.823.4847 organizedspaces.com CALIFORNIA CLOSETS 866.870.4814 californiaclosets.com
SCOT ECKLEY INC. 206.526.1926 scoteckley.com
BROWN JORDAN brownjordan.com
TERRAIN Seattle, Washington | 206.444.5088 terrainseattle.com
WEATHEREND 800.456.6483 weatherend.com
CHRISTOPHER PEACOCK 888.889.8891 peacockhome.com
LIGHTOLOGY 866.954.4489 lightology.com/luxe
CONSOLIDATED SUPPLY CO. 7337 Southwest Kable Lane Tigard, Oregon | 800.929.5810 thefixturegallery.com
LITTMAN BRANDS littmanbrands.com
EGGERSMANN USA 800.276.1239 firstname.lastname@example.org eggersmannusa.com
MARK JOSEPH DESIGN & WORKROOM 655 South Orcas Street Seattle, Washington | 206.767.2711 mjosephdesign.com
FERGUSON BATH, KITCHEN & LIGHTING GALLERY 4100 West Marginal Way Southwest Seattle, Washington | 206.933.3830 ferguson.com
J. TRIBBLE COLLECTION 747 Miami Circle Atlanta, Georgia | 888.652.6116 jtribble.com
PURE INSURANCE 6263 North Scottsdale Road, Suite 245 Scottsdale, Arizona | 888.813.7873 pureinsurance.com
CHOWN HARDWARE 333 Northwest 16th Avenue Portland, Oregon | 800.452.7634 chown.com
KLHIP 888.482.1795 klhip.com
BAYWOLF DALTON, INC. 3240 Northeast 45th street Seattle, Washington | 206.523.1123 baywolfdalton.com
KITCHEN + BATH
INTERIOR DESIGNERS (CONTINUED)
SARAH GALBRAITH PHOTOGRAPHY C/O Orange Walls Studio Inc. 240 North Broadway, Suite 202 Portland, Oregon | 971.678.6179 sarahgalbraith.com
BETH BILLINGTON 150 Bellevue Way Southeast Bellevue, Washington | 425.519.3139 bethbillington.com COLDWELL BANKER BAIN - FRANZ DIESSNER/JOE OVERLAND TEAM 150 Bellevue Way Southeast Bellevue, Washington | 425.765.4252 franzandjoe.com COLDWELL BANKER BAIN LISA WHITTAKER 150 Bellevue Way Southeast Bellevue, Washington | 425.941.2834 lisawhittaker.com
PACIFIC NORTHWEST ADVERTISER INDEX
REAL ESTATE (CONTINUED)
REAL ESTATE (CONTINUED)
COLDWELL BANKER BAIN MARY NORRIS 150 Bellevue Way Southeast Bellevue, Washington | 206.713.2151 coldwellbanker.com COLDWELL BANKER BAIN MONIQUE VERGER-PERRAULT 150 Bellevue Way Southeast Bellevue, Washington | 425.985.4696 mvp4homes.com
STONE + TILE (CONTINUED)
WINDERMERE TERE FOSTER REALTY 11100 Main Street Bellevue, Washington | 425.455.9800 fosterrealty.com
WALKER ZANGER walkerzanger.com
EWING & CLARK, INC. 4108 East Madison Street Seattle, Washington | 206.322.2840 ewingandclark.com
LE GRAND BISTRO AMERICAIN 2220 Carillon Point Kirkland, Washington | 425.828.7778 bistrolegrand.com
LAURA MOUNTER REAL ESTATE JEFF HALLMAN 175 East Penny Road, Suite B Wenatchee, Washington | 509.387.0735 agent509.com
PEARL BAR & DINING 700 Bellevue Way Northeast Bellevue, Washington | 425.455.0181 pearlbellevue.com
LUXURY PORTFOLIO FINE PROPERTY COLLECTION luxuryportfolio.com
SILESTONE AUTHENTIC LIFE 866.268.6837 silestoneusa.com
YELLOW MOUNTAIN STONEWORKS, INC. 3445 California Avenue Southwest, Suite 3 Seattle, Washington | 206.932.5696 yellow-mountain.net
STONE + TILE
TIERRA SOL CERAMIC TILE 18436 Cascade Avenue South Tukwila, Washington | 425.251.5333 tierrasolceramictile.com
THE TERRY SPRAGUE GROUP 696 McVey Avenue Lake Oswego, Oregon | 503.459.3987 theterryspraguegroup.com
ANTOLINI LUIGI antoliniprecioustone.com
CEDERGREEN CELLARS 11315 Northeast 65th Street Kirkland, Washington | 206.953.6207 cedergreencellars.com
(W)HERE REAL ESTATE 22 Northwest 23rd Place, Suite 202 Portland, Oregon | 503.222.4373 where-inc.com
ARTISTIC TILE 877.237.4097 artistictile.com
PRECEPT WINE / WATERBROOK 10518 West Highway 12 Walla Walla, Washington preceptwinebrands.com | waterbrook.com
STE. MICHELLE WINE ESTATES antinori.it
WINDERMERE REAL ESTATE BOB BENNION 1920 North 34th Street Seattle, Washington | 206.328.7200 seattlefineproperties.com WINDERMERE REAL ESTATE MARY SNYDER 4015 East Madison Street Seattle, Washington | 206.271.1782 seattleluxuryhomes.com WINDERMERE REAL ESTATE RONDI EGENES 3933 LK Washington Boulevard Northeast Suite 100 Kirkland, Washington | 206.953.1771 rondi.com
REALOGICS SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY 2715 1st Avenue | Seattle, Washington 206.448.5752 | realogicssothebysrealty.com
CRYSTALINE STONE 855.927.9782 crystalinestone.com OREGON TILE & MARBLE Boise, Medford, Portland, Seattle, Spokane 206.762.1858 | 503.231.0058 oregontileandmarble.com
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Bender Custom Construction 150 l ak e street south # 2 2 4 k irk l a nd , wa . 980 33 | 42 5 . 82 7. 5 5 1 1 www.bendercustomco n s tructio n. co m | in f o @b e n d e rcus to m. co m
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Downtown Kirkland Branch Office at 15 Lake Street Chad Shriner (foreground) and Dean and Stacy Jones, owners
ARRIVING FALL 2013
NEW EASTSIDE BRANCH OFFICES SEATTLE I BAINBRIDGE ISLAND I KIRKLAND OUR HERITAGE (EST. 1744) UNITED WITH TOMORROW’S INNOVATION MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD
Ranked Among the “Fastest Growing Private Companies” in Washington State - Puget Sound Business Journal
For career opportunities call Chad Shriner at 206.448.5752 or Chad.Shriner@SothebysRealty.com Each Office Is Independently Owned And Operated. Seller reserves the right change the product offering without notice.