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Interior spaces, homes specifically, have a profound effect on our mental well-being and the way we experience the world around us.  I want to help create spaces for folks that delight the eye, but first and foremost function so well that you almost don't notice the designed function.

Emerald Cottage

My husband & I recently sold our first home in the Central District in Seattle. It was a special place full of joyful memories, lovely neighbors and a lot of hard work. We designed and did most of the work ourselves including the kitchen, deck, hardscaping & landscaping of the yard, and painting...lots of painting! I don't think there is a surface in this home we haven't touched and improved upon. It was bittersweet to pass it on to the new owners, but are so proud of what we accomplished.

Edmonds Condo Kitchen 


Our clients downsized to a charming condo close to downtown Edmonds. They loved the space, but the kitchen was not working for them. We were able to remove a wall and create a large island with a passthrough to open up the kitchen to the dining room. The clients love color, so we were able to go bold with the cabinets, tile, and paint! This gallery is an example of file work that a client would get at the completion of the design phase of the project. I worked with and was guided by the principle and owner of Seriously Happy Homes on this project.

Broadview Kitchen and Bath

Our clients purchased a mid-century rambler in the Broadview neighborhood and wanted to update their kitchen and bathroom as well as add some light to the dark space. Designing alongside my creative director, we opened up the kitchen to the den and added a large island with a cooktop and custom shelving unit. We also rearranged the bathroom and laundry which allowed for a beautiful light-filled hallway full of plants and tall windows. I worked with and was guided by the design director of Seriously Happy Homes on this project.

Magnolia Kitchen with a View

Our client's refrigerators leaked, ruining their floor! They decided to use the opportunity to address some of the other issues they were having with their kitchen. Designing with my design director, we removed the island and replaced it with a movable island, widened the windows to maximize the view of the sound, and removed an unused side door to create better flow & more storage. We also addressed changes to a neighboring bathroom for aging in place. I worked with and was guided by the design director of Seriously Happy Homes on this project.

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