in addition to our production line of furniture, we offer a full range of design services including custom furniture for home and commercial use as well as interior layout.
we've had the good fortune of working with amazing people and have not only established working relationships, but lasting friendships as well.
we worked with chef/owner ba culbert of tilikum place cafe to design the interior, furniture, and bar area of this seattle cafe. ba is recognized as one of the regions top chefs and needless to say...the food is fantastic. we
trophy cupcakes founders jennifer shea and mike williamson had a clear vision for their first location in wallingford center. we worked with them on the interior layout as well as aesthetic details. trophy is one of the most celebrated cupcake purveyors in the nation. we couldn't be happier for them and you'd be hard pressed to meet nicer people.
shuga's owner alexius weston has great style and brought cafe culture to colorado springs. her cafe is by far the best meeting spot in the city and it's not only warm and inviting, but food and drinks are incredible. we worked with alexius on designing the back bar and outdoor seating area. you guessed it...we adore alexius. pass the shuga please!
all city coffee took a risk in an underappreciated part of seattle and later became the hub of a vibrant neighborhood. we worked with owners seth levy, gabe stern, and steve withycombe (our long time friends, collaborators, and designers) on interior details. they helped define an aesthetic which was the catalyst for many coffee shops that followed.
jackie goode opened idoru with the idea of introducing colorado springs to hip fashion, events, and culture. she succeeded. we worked with her on the expansion of her store. much to the disappointment of many, jackie closed idoru to start a family. that's one lucky kid.
we worked with nyc architect mallory shure on the railing design. as you can see from the rest of the house, the owners (an awesome family by the way) have great taste.
this was a complete remodel design of a residence in an historic 1960's hotel that was converted to condominiums in the 80's. you can guess what it looked like. we made good use of 527 square feet.