Art in the Details

A great home lies in fine details. Beauty begins in textures, colors, and angles working in perfect harmony. No point is overlooked.

Fixture

Handcrafted metal light fixtures in a custom designed Seattle home
Architectural details at English craftsman.

Every custom designed home should bear the unique fingerprints of its owners. The English Craftsman project does so more than most. After taking a metalworking class, the homeowner contributed handmade light fixtures to the home’s decor, ensuring that every inch of the home is marked by intentionality and story.

Color

A custom designed home boasting a faded Mediterranean mural
The faded mural outside Sammamish Tuscan’s master bathroom.

Sammamish Tuscan transports homeowners to historic Tuscany, complete with a faded mural on the wall of the master bathroom. Warm colors and deep textures reinforce the home’s Mediterranean air and bring Old World elegance to the Pacific Northwest waterfront.

Grain

The front door at Ratio House embraces the art of architectural details through rich texture and golden rectangles.
The front door at Ratio House embraces the art of architectural details through rich texture and golden rectangles.

Ratio House is built on the golden ratio and Fibonacci sequences, beginning with the front door. The custom made door merges golden rectangles and rich grains to create a stunning, geometric first impression.

Tile

Wisteria tilework adorns the shower in this custom designed home
Wisteria tilework at Prairie House in the Virginia Woods.

In a nod to Frank Lloyd Wright’s love of wisteria, Prairie House in the Virginia Woods brings echoes of the flowering plant into the master bathroom’s tilework. Look closely, and you’ll also see wisteria branches in the home’s art studio’s walls.

Details are the foundation of the art of architecture. Contact us to pursue the art of architecture for your home.

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