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The Seattle Showhouse grand opening is one day closer, and yesterday we introduced you to the first four of eight designers who worked to bring this elegant, modern home to life.
Today, we’d like to introduce you to four more very talented people, and provide you with a peek at a couple more design elements included in their work (at right). Let’s get started.
Pulp Design Studios, Decorist Elite Designer: Office
Pulp’s comprehensive approach to design service allows this dynamic team to accommodate clients of any size with any need in a highly personalized fashion.
Pulp brought flair and fun to the showhouse home office by adding a graphic wall, mixing up finishes and applying a fresh coat of paint to achieve what they describe as “fearless style.”
LindHesse Design, Decorist Elite Designer: Entry
Allison Lind is the lead residential designer at New York’s LindHesse Design; her method relies on working closely with clients to ensure their personalities and styles are represented in her designs.
Her approach for the showhouse resulted in a dramatic transformation that gives every nook of the space a purpose, which Lind believes makes the entry a more personal experience.
Melissa Schenck, Decorist Classic Designer: Boy’s Bedroom
Melissa is an Oregon-based designer with a passion for attention to detail, color and everything vintage.
This love affair with the throwback look came in handy in designing the boy’s bedroom, where she used a Crosley turntable, wooden oars and other accessories to give the space a fun, adventuresome aspect.
Katja O’Brien, Decorist Classic Designer: Girls Bedroom
Living in locations throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia has given Katja a keen eye for design in many disciplines, which she uses to create welcoming spaces for a wide and eclectic client base.
For the girl’s room, Katja focused on themes that would dare the child to dream, imagine and inspire – actual words the designer used to adorn the walls.