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Interior Decor Styles We Love: Minimalist

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In order to achieve the space of your dreams, you need to understand the multitude of interior decor style options out there. From midcentury modern to rustic, Queen Anne Upholstery & Refinishing is ready to help each and every client learn about their desired design.

One option is the sleek, zen-like minimalist decor. This design style is intentional, simple, and uncluttered. The elements of this style work together without excessive ornamentation, focusing on function and value. Done wrong, minimalism runs the risk of coming off as cold and uninviting, but with the right touches, minimalist decor can achieve a beautiful, calming and harmonious effect.

High Ceilings and Open Floor Plans

Minimalism design depends on open space and an uncluttered environment. High ceilings and open floor plans give you room to breath, encourage a tranquil mood, and emphasize the beauty of your home’s architecture.

A Room With a View

Since minimalism calls to avoid cluttering the space with excessive decoration, large windows that let in lots of natural light and draw your eyes to the natural beauty of the outside are common. This allows the focus to be placed on the individuals in the space and the nature outside, rather than “things.”

Beauty in Lines and Shapes

Because minimalism calls for a reductive design that condenses all the elements of the space to their bare essentials, the beauty of the space can be found in the lines and shapes around the room and how they flow together.

Hidden and Functional Storage

Anything you add to your minimalist space must also add value and function. Rather than exposed cabinets and shelves, minimalism encourages functional storage in the form of sleek recessed and hidden cabinets.

Accent With Color or Plants

Just because you are aiming for a minimalist interior design doesn’t mean you have to avoid all color or accents. Minimalism tends to go hand in hand with houseplants, perhaps because they are proven to reduce stress and anxiety. Pair a green houseplant with a soft pop of color in your bedding or curtain, and create your own soothing sanctuary.

Is minimalist decor calling you?Queen Anne Upholstery & Refinishing can help you create this look in your home with a number of different services: Reupholster or refinish worn vintage furniture, work with us to custom-design the perfect pieces, or shop our premade furniture ready for purchase at our showrooms. Whatever route you take, one of our in-house custom interior decorators will be happy to make recommendations and even visit your home to help you cultivate a minimalist look.

Not sure if minimalist decor is right for you? Check out these other interior decor styles: 

Our Favorite #PlushPups and Their Thrones

Who ever said that dogs shouldn’t be allowed on the furniture? We couldn’t disagree more, and believe that keeping your couches and chairs looking great and letting your dogs on the furniture aren’t mutually exclusive.

To prove our point, we’ve rounded up eight of the cutest #plushpups on Instagram that are not only relaxing on high-quality furniture, but are making the furniture look better by doing so.

RubyLou the Miniature Schnauzer

Despite hailing from Germany originally, RubyLou the miniature schnauzer is showing off a decidedly French country antique wing chair. We love the color combination of the pastel green upholstery with the gold-painted wood.

Maxx the Havanese

Another green chair, but a completely different look. This happy Havanese named Maxx couldn’t be enjoying his pale green leather wing chair more. 

Pro tip: Leather is the best dog-friendly fabric choice because it wipes clean easily, won’t snag claws, and is very durable. In fact, if you’re going for rustic interior decor, a little wear and tear will actually contribute to the distressed aesthetic!

Mayo the Cockerdoodle

This photo is all about texture: the scruffy fur of Mayo the cockerdoodle and the soft velvet of the pale pink tuxedo sofa.

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Goya the Rescue Pup

Goya sits with the poise of a queen on this studded armchair. What better throne for such a regal pup?

Pro tip: The more tightly woven the fabric, the less chance it will get snagged on your dog’s claws.

Betty the Black Lab

A black lab with a coat as shiny as Betty’s deserves a perch that’s equally sleek. We think that this chocolaty leather chesterfield sofa fits the bill perfectly.

Bibi the Labradoodle

You might mistake Bibi the labradoodle for another throw pillow if you’re not careful! 

Pro tip: Trim your dog’s claws regularly to minimize the damage they can do on loose-weave fabrics like the one used for the above couch.

Zelda the Kokoni

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After a long day of playing, Zelda the kokoni likes nothing better than resting on this beautiful tufted and studded settee sofa.

Think you might let your own #plushpup up on the sofa in the future? At Queen Anne Upholstery, we’re happy to discuss pet-friendly fabrics with you and even reupholster your current pieces to make them more suitable for your best four-legged friend. Request an estimate for your upcoming project today!

Interior Decor Styles We Love: Rustic

At Queen Anne Upholstery & Refinishing, our goal is to help each and every client achieve the space of their dreams. The first step in this process involves helping them understand their different interior decor style options. 

One of our favorites is the warm and welcoming rustic decor. This natural style is versatile and combines well with a number of other types of decor, but a handful of elements are necessary for a space to be truly “rustic.” 

Warm and Neutral Color Scheme

Unsurprisingly, rustic decor is made up of mostly neutral colors. Think browns, tans, beiges, grays, and muted blacks, with a focus on warm shades so that the space doesn’t feel stark or cold. To incorporate pops of bold color, stick with earthy tones such as green, brick red, or adobe orange.

Most of your pieces should be solid-colored, but you can add patterns with area rugs, throws, or pillows.

Rough-Edged Wood

Rustic decor is a little rough around the edges — literally. It tends to favor furniture that’s not overly polished, such as wood furniture with rough edges (edges that haven’t been rounded or sanded), to create a natural and organic feeling. Handmade furniture is also common.

Exposed Outdoor Elements

Bringing the outdoors into your home is one of the best ways to achieve a rustic look, which is why you’ll see many exposed brick walls and fireplace surrounds. Rough natural stone is another great option.

Leather Furniture

Leather furniture is essential to rustic homes, and we have a very particular kind of leather in mind: Go for soft, broken-in leather furniture with simple lines. Then add textured throws, pillows, and rugs for contrast.

The great thing about leather is that the more you use it, the more comfortable (and rustic!) it will get.

Architectural Elements

If you’re on the lookout for a new home or renovating your current home is an option, a few key architectural elements will go a long way toward creating a rustic space. Exposed wood beams, stone or brick accent walls, and oversized fireplaces help create a cabin-like feel. Large windows are also a must, bringing the beauty of your natural surroundings into your home.

Is rustic decor calling you? Queen Anne Upholstery & Refinishing can help you create this look in your home with a number of different services: Reupholster or refinish worn vintage furniture, work with us to custom-design the perfect pieces, or shop our premade furniture ready for purchase at our showrooms. Whatever route you take, one of our in-house custom interior decorators will be happy to make recommendations and even visit your home to help you cultivate a rustic look.

Not sure if rustic decor is right for you? Check out these other interior decor styles: 

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Interior Decor Styles We Love: Midcentury Modern

At Queen Anne Upholstery & Refinishing, we’re dedicated to helping each and every client achieve the space of their dreams. This starts with helping them understand their different interior decor style options. 

One of the most highly sought after decor options is the sleek and retro midcentury modern style. Here’s our guide on how to incorporate midcentury modern decor in your home.

Clean Lines

The most essential element of midcentury modern decor is the use of clean, sleek lines in furniture and decorations. Whereas the straight edges are sharp, the curves are organic and gentle while still being well-defined. Ornamentation and accents are kept to a minimum.

The result is an unfussy, uncluttered, and understated look.

Mixed Materials

After World War II, technological advances spurred on the development and production of new materials, textures, effects, colors, and forms. One of these new productions was plastic, which would later become a significant element of midcentury modern design.

While embracing the new materials available, midcentury modern design continued to use more traditional options as well. In fact, the juxtaposition of traditional materials (such as wood) with nontraditional materials (such as plastic, glass, metal, and plywood) is typical of this decor style.

Pops of Bright Color

Midcentury modern decor is known for its bursts of color: While neutrals make up the majority of the space, bright and saturated colors are used in moderation for pillows, furniture, accent walls, and the like. The color pallete often includes yellows, oranges, reds, and aquas.

Geometric Patterns

Look closely and you’re likely to find geometric patterns in any midcentury modern space. Rugs that incorporate straight lines, circles, or triangles (like the one above) are common, but you’ll also see accent walls with bold geometric wallpaper as well as other geometric decor elements. Patterns don’t have to be from the ‘50s or ‘60s to work — as long as they have clean colors and designs, they’ll look at home in midcentury modern decor.

Textures

Texture is important in midcentury modern decor to add visual interest to the otherwise minimalistic design. The room above incorporates texture with a cowhide rug, textured upholstery, and a brick fireplace surround. Shag rugs and rough stone fireplaces are also common.

Lighting

Midcentury modern spaces don’t skimp on lighting, using floor lamps, table lamps, and ceiling lamps — often all in the same room. Midcentury modern lamps tend to be made of finished metals and play with lines and geometric shapes. The most iconic lamps made in this style have simple curved contours or straight rods with exposed bulbs. 

Plenty of natural light is also essential to midcentury modern design, which tries to integrate itself with nature as much as possible.

Is midcentury modern decor calling you? Queen Anne Upholstery & Refinishing can help you create this look in your home with a number of different services: Reupholster or refinish worn vintage furniture, work with us to custom-design the perfect pieces, or shop our premade furniture ready for purchase at our showrooms. Whatever route you take, one of our in-house custom interior decorators will be happy to make recommendations and even visit your home to help you cultivate a midcentury modern look.

Not sure if midcentury modern decor is right for you? Check out these other interior decor styles: 

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Designer Spotlight: Judith Wright Design

At Queen Anne Upholstery & Refinishing, we partner with a number of talented local interior designers and decorators to help each other create beautiful spaces for our clients. One of these designers is Judith Wright from Judith Wright Design.

Judith Wright Design

Judith Wright Sentz received her master’s degree in interior design at Western Michigan University. For the past 20 years, she has been practicing in residential, yacht, corporate, and hospitality interior design in the Pacific Northwest.

Although Judith enjoys designing all areas of the home, she is a professional member of the National Kitchen and Bath Association and focuses on the aesthetic and functional detailing of these two rooms.

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Judith’s design philosophy favors pleasing architectural shape, texture, color, and scale. She avoids creating spaces that are overly matching, instead preferring the eclecticism that comes with blending old and new pieces, and is experienced in designing both contemporary and traditional interiors.

However, Judith’s aim is always to interpret her client’s vision and create a space that is their ideal for both personal expression and comfort.

Services offered by Judith Wright Design include:

  • Interior space planning
  • Color scheme development
  • Paint selection
  • Product, material, and finish specification
  • Kitchen and bath layout
  • Cabinetry and fixtures
  • Furniture placement
  • Artwork consultation
  • Window treatments
  • Lighting design
  • Accessorizing
  • Custom textiles and rugs

Judith Wright Design takes on projects of all sizes and offers a complimentary telephone conversation at the beginning of each project to determine if it’s a good fit. 

Visit Judith Wright Design’s website or Instagram for more examples of Judith’s past work and inspiration for your own home projects!

Learn More About Our Designer Referral Program

Our partnership with Judith Wright Design and other local designers is a result of our designer referral program. This program maximizes designers’ potential by equipping them with first-rate decor items and services to offer their clients. At the same time, clients benefit from our combined expertise and skills, enjoying convenient processes and receiving superiorly designed spaces and products.

Designers: To learn more about our designer referral program, visit our website or stop by one of our showrooms.

Homeowners: If you’re looking for a designer to help you redecorate or remodel your home, contact us to learn how to get started with one of our in-house interior decorators or trusted design partners.

Interior Decor Styles We Love: Industrial

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At Queen Anne Upholstery & Refinishing, we make it our mission to help our clients achieve the space of their dreams, and this starts with understanding the different interior decor style options. Just one of these options is the minimalistic, no-nonsense industrial style. Keep reading to learn how to implement industrial decor in your home.

Exposed Ducts and Pipes

Industrial decor was likely born during the early 20th century when globalization took factories abroad, leaving empty warehouses and industrial buildings that would later be transformed into residential buildings. Rather than change the style of these buildings, architects worked with it, highlighting architectural elements such as exposed ducts, pipes, and beams; bare or brick walls; and other mechanisms.

Vintage Furniture and Accessories

Incorporate vintage and recycled furniture and accessories that are both provincial and contemporary, such as the suitcase coffee table, leather couch, retro lighting fixtures, and wood pallet bedframe in the above photos. Industrial spaces are generally made up of blocky pieces with clean lines for a utilitarian feel. 
Remember to keep these items to a minimum so that your space looks open and clutter-free.

Wood and Metal 

Raw materials such as wood and metal (think aluminum, steel, iron, copper, and tin) are staples for any industrial space. While wood may work best for flooring, walls, and larger furniture pieces, metal can be incorporated with chairs, lighting fixtures, side tables, and other accessories. Don’t be afraid to mix old and new pieces and different types of wood and metal.

Cool, Neutral Tones

Start off with a neutral color scheme of gray, beige, white, and black to create a harmonious look. The wood pieces you incorporate will warm up the space, and you can add in bold tones with small accents, such as the plant in the photo above.

Simple Flooring

The last key element of industrial decor: simple flooring. While wood flooring is an obvious choice, polished concrete flooring is an excellent alternative and lends a modern look to any space. Rugs aren’t typical of industrial style, but if you want to use them, avoid plush or colorful options that stand out.

Is industrial decor calling you? Queen Anne Upholstery & Refinishing can help you create this look in your home with a number of different services: Reupholster or refinish worn vintage furniture, work with us to custom-design the perfect pieces, or shop our premade furniture ready for purchase at our showrooms. Whatever route you take, one of our in-house custom interior decorators will be happy to make recommendations and even visit your home to help you cultivate an industrial look.

Not sure if industrial decor is right for you? Check out these other interior decor styles: 

Designer Spotlight: Emily Lauderback From Color in Space

At Queen Anne Upholstery & Refinishing, we partner with a number of talented local interior designers and decorators to help each other create beautiful spaces for our clients. One of these designers is Emily Lauderback from the design and color consultation firm Color in Space.

Color in Space

Emily Lauderback founded Color in Space in 2005 after working as a math coach, interior designer, and color consultant. Her combined passion for education and interior design inspired the mission behind the company.

This mission is two-fold. First, confronted with limitless paint color options, homeowners often struggle to choose the right colors for their space. Color in Space aims to make this process easier by helping them build a palette that supports their home’s architecture.

But it’s not just about choosing colors that look good: The colors chosen should be energetically balanced to promote a specific feeling of the homeowner’s choice.

To both of these ends, Emily has designed two series of customized color palettes, the Dwelling Palettes and the Chakra Palettes. Each palette includes swatches of 12 distinct, coordinated colors that homeowners can use as a roadmap for their interior decor. The colors needn’t be used for paint alone — one color could work for an area rug, another for the couch, and so on. The end result is a harmonious blend of colors that makes you feel your best.

While these palettes can be purchased online, Emily also offers both in-person and phone consultations to help clients choose the right color palette for their home and apply their color palette to their space.

Visit Color in Space’s website or Facebook for more examples of Emily’s past work and inspiration for your own home projects!

Learn More About Our Designer Referral Program

Our partnership with Color in Space and other local designers is a result of our designer referral program. This program maximizes designers’ potential by equipping them with first-rate decor items and services to offer their clients. At the same time, clients benefit from our combined expertise and skills, enjoying convenient processes and receiving superiorly designed spaces and products.

Designers: To learn more about our designer referral program, visit our website or stop by one of our showrooms.

Homeowners: If you’re looking for a designer to help you redecorate or remodel your home, contact us to learn how to get started with one of our in-house interior decorators or trusted design partners.

Is Your Furniture Worth Refinishing?

If you bought furniture in the last 20 years, especially if it was from IKEA, chances are it’s not worth refinishing. But the old table you were thinking of getting rid of might actually have old-world charm that can brighten up the room if properly refinished. 

So how do you tell? Here’s our guide.  

How to Tell if Your Furniture Is Worth Refinishing

All furniture is not created equally, and many pieces are not suitable for refinishing. Luckily, deciding whether refinishing is viable isn’t too difficult.

Antiques

Furniture that is 100 years old or older is considered an antique and requires special consideration before refinishing. While antique furniture is often a good candidate for refinishing, extra care may be necessary during the process, and trying to refinish antiques at home can damage them and lessen their value. Contact a professional to assess the strength of the furniture and ensure a damage-free refinishing process.

[Related: How to Care for Antique Furniture Before and After Restoration]

Furniture Made Between 1850 and 1960

The best candidates for refinishing are pieces of furniture that were made between 1850 and 1960

During this time, manufacturers used solid wood rather than plywood, and tongue-and-groove and dovetail joints rather than glue to attach the wood pieces to each other. This made for sturdier, longer-lasting furniture than what we see today. 

The dovetail joints typical of furniture manufactured prior to 1960 made for sturdier and longer-lasting pieces.  | Image via Pixabay

If you know that your furniture was made sometime between 1850 and 1960, refinishing is likely a good option for you. If you aren’t sure when your furniture was made, check the hardware. You can also check the wood by sanding an area that’s not usually visible, such as on the back of the furniture or underneath it. Real wood will have the same grain throughout the entire piece, so ensure that the surface area and the sanded area match.

Fiberboard Furniture

Starting in 1960, the production quality of wood furniture was drastically reduced when manufacturers started using glue and nails instead of tongue-and-groove and dovetail joints and medium-density fiberboard (MDF) instead of solid wood.

MDF is synthetically produced wood covered with a wood laminate, which is essentially a picture of wood. While MDF endures fluctuations in humidity and heat better than natural wood, its main benefit to manufacturers lies in its cost effectiveness.

Most furniture for sale at mass retailers today is made from MDF, and MDF is not a good candidate for refinishing. To determine whether a piece of furniture is made from MDF, perform another sanding test. This time, if the sanded area is not the same grain as the surface area, you’ll know that it is artificial wood.

Related: When to Reupholster vs. When to Buy New]

Additional Tips

A few more simple tests can help you determine if your furniture is worth refinishing:

  • Is the furniture sturdy? Shake the furniture, rock it back and forth, test the drawers — even sit on it. If the piece sways or shifts under the weight of your hands, it likely needs reglued. This could either mean that the furniture isn’t of sufficient quality to warrant refinishing, or that it will need reglued before being refinished, which is difficult to do at home and expensive to have a professional do.
  • Is the furniture painted? Paint is usually there for a reason: often to cover stains, water damage, filled holes, burns, and the like. Furniture with a varnish is a safer bet because varnish can’t hide this kind of damage, allowing you to assess the piece without stripping or sanding.
  • Is the furniture made of different kinds of wood? Different kinds of wood — and even different ages of wood — will look different after being refinished, so if your furniture comprises more than one wood type, the results may not be what you were expecting.

Benefits of Refinishing Your Furniture

Revitalize Worn Furniture

Most people turn to refinishing because their furniture is showing signs of age. After being refinished and polished, old, worn furniture can look brand new. Refinishing will also protect the wood and prevent it from becoming dull and stained in the future.

Fight Throwaway Culture

Another benefit of refinishing is that it’s much more sustainable than purchasing new furniture.

When you buy a new piece of furniture, you contribute to deforestation and greenhouse gas emissions associated with manufacturing and transporting the product. Making things worse, your old furniture will end up in a landfill, where it will decompose and emit harmful gases that further contribute to global warming.

These are the negative consequences of throwaway culture: society’s tendency to purchase cheap products with short lifespans, and then throw them away and purchase new items when they wear out. The poorly made furniture typical of today’s manufacturing contributes significantly to this cycle. 

Refinishing, on the other hand, can extend the life of existing furniture by up to 30 years or longer, keeping it out of landfills and eliminating the need to purchase new furniture.

If your current furniture is not a good candidate for refinishing, you can still fight throwaway culture by investing in new furniture that is high-quality and built to last. Estate sales and auctions are also excellent places to purchase quality antiques that can be refinished.

[Related: Three Greener Ways to Be Environmentally Responsible]

Preserve Precious Memories

Whether you’re having family movie night on the sofa in the living room or family dinner in the dining room, furniture brings your loved ones together. During these simple, everyday activities, your family creates memories that the furniture itself will remind you of for years to come.

When furniture holds so much value for your family, disposing of it isn’t an option. Refinishing is the only way to preserve those memories while also ensuring that your family has quality furniture for your home.

[Related: Furniture: Part of the Family]

Give Your Furniture a Makeover

Even furniture that isn’t showing signs of age can benefit from refinishing. 

Many of our customers choose to refinish their furniture in order to match it with the rest of their home decor. Imagine a living room where all of the wood furniture is the same color except for one piece. Refinishing is a convenient option to bring cohesion to this room.

Refinishing also allows you to keep up with changing trends without purchasing new furniture. 

At the end of the day, the surest way to decide whether you should refinish your furniture is to consult a professional. At Queen Anne Upholstery, we’re happy to assess your furniture and help you make the right decision. We can also review your finish, polish, and color options to give you an idea of what the finished product will look like.

For more information, get an estimate, give us a call at (425) 777-9150, or visit one of our showrooms today!

Interior Decor Styles We Love: Contemporary

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We began our mission to help our clients visualize their interior decor options last month with a feature on French country decor. This month, we’re switching gears to present you contemporary decor in all its simplicity and sophistication. Read on to learn about the elements of contemporary decor.

Strong Lines

The most distinctive aspect of contemporary decor is the use of strong lines. Whereas French country focuses on flowing lines, and modern design prioritizes boxy shapes, contemporary design incorporates both straight and curved edges. What’s important is that these lines stand out.

In this contemporary bathroom, strong lines are evident in the freestanding bathtub, metal showerhead, diamond mirror, countertop, and tiled back wall. Unsurprisingly, geometric shapes figure prominently in contemporary decor, which you can see in the hexagon tiles on the floor.

Texture

Contemporary decor relies heavily on texture to soften up its trademark strong lines. This room combines various textures with curtains, carpet, an area rug, an upholstered velvet chaise lounge, a knitted throw blanket, and a throw pillow.  

Fabric window treatments and linen wallpaper are also great options to add texture to a space. Just remember to avoid intricate patterns when choosing fabrics, as they’ll upset the clean look of contemporary decor.

Neutrals

If you haven’t noticed already, neutrals are the cornerstone of contemporary homes. While white and cream are generally used for wall color, brown, tan, gray, and even black can be seen throughout most contemporary spaces.

Of course, that doesn’t mean you can’t use any bright or bold colors — just use them sparingly, for accent items such as armchairs, pillows, lighting fixtures, or artwork.

Keep in mind: We can reupholster your furniture to give it the right color for your new contemporary space. Request an estimate to get started.

Wood Tones

Wood surfaces are typical of contemporary decor, and particularly those with very light and very dark colors, such as the wall panels and side table seen above. Remember that strong lines are important, so you’ll want to stick with simpler wood pieces rather than ornate woodwork.

Do you have the perfect wood piece, but in the wrong color? We can refinish it for you in the custom color of your choice! Contact us to learn more about our refinishing services.

Metal Accents

Metals accent spaces with contemporary style, adding to the sleek and clean look. Metal lighting fixtures taken from midcentury modern design are particularly popular.

Furniture with metal legs and metal lamps, shelves, and frames are additional opportunities to add this staple accent.

Lighting

Lighting is key to illuminating any space, but with contemporary decor, it takes on even more importance. Contemporary spaces layer natural light with ambient (general), accent, and task lighting. Windowed walls like the ones seen above are common, as are pendant lights.

Notice the other contemporary decor elements in this living room: furniture with strong lines, a textured area rug, upholstered furniture, neutral colors, wood coffee tables, and metal light fixtures. Everything combines to create a clean and contemporary space.

Is contemporary decor calling you? Queen Anne Upholstery and Refinishing can help you create this look in your home with a number of different services: Reupholster or refinish your existing furniture to give it a contemporary look, work with us to custom-design the perfect pieces, or shop our premade furniture ready for purchase at our showrooms. Whatever route you take, one of our in-house custom interior decorators will be happy to make recommendations and even visit your home to help you cultivate a contemporary look.

Not sure if contemporary decor is right for you? Check out these other interior decor styles: 

Designer Spotlight: Christina Collins-Pezzner From Spatial Matters

At Queen Anne Upholstery and Refinishing, we partner with a number of talented local interior designers and decorators to help each other create beautiful spaces for our clients. One of these designers is Christina Collins-Pezzner from the Seattle-based design company Spatial Matters Inc.

Spatial Matters Inc.

A lifelong creator with experience in graphic design, apparel, and set and home design, Christina Collins-Pezzer founded Spatial Matters Inc. in 2016 to bring great design to every home and business. She now works as Spatial Matters’ CEO and senior designer, and is passionate about creating spaces that improve her clients’ quality of life.

As Christina explains on her website, “We spend so much time inside and it’s proven that the feel and functionality of your space sets the pace for your mood and drive throughout the day. We want to help provide environments that help you feel like your best sense of self.”

To this end, Spatial Matters offers a number of different services. Christina partners with a network of contractors to provide not only redecorating, but also renovation and remodeling for both commercial and residential spaces. She also specializes in interior design for vacation rentals, improving guest experiences and increasing ratings and return bookings.

Clients who are looking for something specific can work with Spatial Matters to custom-design furniture pieces tailored to their needs and personal style.

Lastly, Spatial Matters offers several express consultation services for clients who have limited time (or budgets). For example, clients can book an express consultation to get advice on how to best design a room’s layout, or on choosing the right colors for their space.

Follow Spatial Matters on Instagram for more examples of their past work and inspiration for your own home projects!

Learn More About Our Designer Referral Program

Our partnership with Spatial Matters and other local designers is a result of our designer referral program. This program maximizes designers’ potential by equipping them with first-rate decor items and services to offer their clients. At the same time, clients benefit from our combined expertise and skills, enjoying convenient processes and receiving superiorly designed spaces and products.

Designers: To learn more about our designer referral program, visit our website or stop by one of our showrooms.

Homeowners: If you’re looking for a designer to help you redecorate or remodel your home, contact us to learn how to get started with one of our in-house interior decorators or trusted design partners.

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