When the only colors you truly see are blue and yellow, then by all means, let them dominate the scheme.
Shalom’s digs in the heart of downtown Seattle pay homage to his place on the map while referencing hues of blue and gold to make his home a personally inspiring space for recuperation in the colors he sees best.
We researched city archives to find site plans of Seattle Center, home of the 1962 World’s Fair that brought Seattle the Space Needle and a place on the global stage. These, among other interesting documents connected to his place of employment in a historic building downtown, were created in a graphic collage of archaeological interest on the custom designed living room wall covering we created for him. The ideas ignited when Shalom found an early map of the city and contacted me about it. “Can we get a print of this and put it somewhere? Maybe the entry?” I’m a bit of a map lover myself, so the concept was easy to embrace…and expand! Why just frame a little map on the wall when the map can BE the wall? Small spaces explode in wonder when furnished with large scale elements. The art en plein air diptych in the living room is by Mark Stasinos. Hand painted acrylic on canvas, it features Seattle’s I-5 downtown Seneca Street exit as seen from the Madison Street Bridge. Every human-developed detail in view, just like the home itself.
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Everyone’s story is unique. It is a diligent yet delicate procedure to raise up each one.
A simple assessment helps Keith better understand who you are, your personal preferences, and what drives you and your decision-making process.
A Fresh Approach to Your Office Interior Design
Branded environments step beyond the color coordination of a headcount of cubicles that go with the logo pasted on your reception wall and business cards.
Selling a Sense of Place
Having traveled the country with a field guide to American housing, Keith has a keen understanding of what makes a particular property stand above the others without seeming austere or inappropriate to the neighborhood.
Craftsman, Mark Joseph Design & Workroom
Working with Miller Interior Design is a pleasure. They always bring projects that challenge my skills as a craftsman. Communication is excellent, many questions and details are brought to me and together we perfect the design and Keith always delivers a superior product to his clients.
Architect, AOME Architects
Keith exhibits abundant creativity and boundless energy that inspires the whole project team and client.
Architect, Adams Architecture
Keith is a creative and flexible thinker with whom it is a pleasure to collaborate.
Like aesthetic archeologists, Keith and Beth survey the neighborhood surrounding the house I am building. They seek design cues to make color, style and appearance selections that allow my house to blend well with the neighborhood while remaining unique and attractive.
Finance Director, iSoftStone North America
Keith looked into who we are and reported back to us a deeper understanding of our brand, and a place that defines us. Our clients are now excited to visit us and jump in on what we're able to do for them
Owner, R. Thoreson Homes
Keith was very helpful in bringing new ideas to the table in a timely manner as well as a professional format. I appreciate that he was conscious of my budget as well when suggesting design ideas. I was very pleased with the way the finished product turned out.
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